In Gmail, you cannot completely block the receipt of emails from a specific address or domain, but you can set a filter that will send emails directly to the trash can without a preview. Follow our instructions to get rid of unwanted messages.
Method 1 of 2: Part 1 of 2: Filtering addresses from your inbox
Step 1. Open Gmail
Decide who you don't need to receive letters from. Step 2. Click on the triangle to the right of the search box at the top of the screen.
A window will open. Note that the drop-down menu on the left side of the screen says "All mail".
Step 3. Enter the search criteria
In the "From" field, enter the address of the sender you want to block.
Click on the blue search button at the bottom left to make sure the results are correct. Click on the down arrow in the search box to go back
Step 4. Click on the "Create filter with this search" link at the bottom right under the search box
A new window will appear, showing several possible options.
Step 5. Select "Delete it" by checking the box on the right
Now all letters received from the specified address will be automatically sent to the trash can.
Method 2 of 2: Part 2 of 2: Filtering addresses from an open email
Step 1. Click on the down arrow in the left corner of the open message
Select "Filter messages like this" from the drop-down menu. Step 2. Make sure your search criteria contain the information you want.
The "From" field must contain the sender's address. Step 3. Click on the "Create filter with this search" link at the bottom right. 4 In the next window, check the box next to "Delete it".
You will no longer see messages from this user.