Blocking a domain from your Hotmail account is just the same as blocking a contact. And just like avoiding some people who may be bothering you, websites may also cause you the same as them may infect your account, or worse, your computer or mobile device.
To block a domain, make sure you have a copy of URL of the site address that may seem to cause displeasure to your account by writing it on a piece of paper or by copy/paste procedure. Just make sure that you will not copy/paste any text while doing the process, as you might copy/paste a URL you do not wish to block from your list.
From your inbox page, click on the Setting icon and choose More Mail Settings. Once another page is loaded, look for the Preventing Junk Email section then click Safe and Blocked Senders. On the next page, click Blocked Senders, which comes third in the options. Type or copy/paste the domain on the Blocked email address or domain box. In the middle of the page, click Add to list. Make sure that the domain address you wish to block is on the Blocked senders section, which can be found on the right side of the page.
You may wish to block a certain person for some reasons like they are bothering you, sending you spam messages, or you just simply do not want to have anything to do with a certain person. Sometimes, we just click “Mark as Spam” on the message.
To block a contact, make sure you have a copy of the email address of the person or sender whom you do not wish to receive messages with by writing it on a piece of paper or by copy/paste procedure. Just make sure that you will not copy/paste any text while doing the process, as you might copy/paste an email address you do not wish to block from your list.
From your inbox page, click on the Setting icon and choose “More Mail Settings”. Once another page is loaded, look for the “Preventing Junk Email” section then click “Safe and Blocked Senders”. On the next page, click Blocked Senders, which comes third in the options. Type or copy/paste the email address on the Blocked email address or domain box. In the middle of the page, click Add to the list. Make sure that the email address you wish to block is on the Blocked Senders section, which can be found on the right side of the page.
On your Hotmail account, click on the Setting (or gear) icon which is located on the upper right of the webpage for a box to appear. Look for the “More Mail Settings” option then click. Another page will appear. On the left side, you can find the “Managing Your Account” column. Find the “Email Forwarding” option then click. Next is to mark the circle that chooses the option “Forward your email to another email account”. Below that, there is a box for you to put which email address you wish to automatically forward your email. Type the email address on the box. The email address need not be another Hotmail account. Any email account will do. Make sure the email address is correct then click Save. If the messages seem not to be forwarded. Go back to the steps mentioned above and check the typed email address that you entered for auto forwarding purposes.
On Windows Live, you may click Options on the upper right of your inbox page. Click “More Options” as soon as the box from Options appears. A new page will load where you can find the “Customize your email” section. From there, click “Mobile alerts for new messages”.
Attaching a folder with all the files you need to send to a certain recipient is a much more convenient approach compared to attaching every single file on your email as it more time efficient. For sure, some have experienced delays in attaching files separately on emails. Worst, the files get broken once received by the recipient.
To possibly just send a folder of files instead of attaching them one by one, all you need to do is just right-click the folder you wish to attach to your email. A box will appear after right-clicking. Choose Send for another box to appear. Then, click the Compressed (zipped) folder part. A folder with a zipper in the middle will appear with the same file name of the folder you compressed in which you can rename and attach it to your email.
Another way of attaching a folder is to click the Attach button on the Message tab and locate the folder you wish to send. Right-click the folder then click Compress. A zipped folder will appear. Click the zipped folder once it is ready then click Open which is located on the lower right of the dialog box.
Make sure that the files are completely attached before you send your mail to its recipient. Click Send once everything is established.
In 2013, MSN Hotmail was replaced by a new service called Outlook.com. However, you can still log in with a Hotmail e-mail address if you have one.
Attaching files to an Outlook.com e-mail
Log into your Hotmail or Outlook account at Outlook.com.
In the upper left-hand corner, click the New link with the plus sign next to it.
Select the Attach button with a paper clip (looks like a swirl) next to it.
Click the Browse button and browse to the image you wish to attach or file from your browser in your files. … It depends on where you stored the files you want to attach. Go there and simply choose what you want to attach and send through your email
Navigate or go to the folders where you want to get the file you’d like to attach, and then click the checkbox next to that file(s) or you can double click on the file itself.
Select Next, and then choose whether you’d like to attach a copy or a OneDrive file. You will have to wait for the whole file to upload depending on how big the file is.
After that, the file is now attached and ready to send when you see the remove button next to it.
If the attachment is successful, you should see a link and usually an icon with the file name(s) in your message. Once you’re ready to send the message, click the Send button. or, Click Ok or OK and Attach Another if you wish to do more than one image.
This way you can send multiple pictures in one email alone.