Sure, it’s easy to click the “Report Spam” or delete button in Gmail. However, some companies are pretty clever and will use a variety of usernames from their website to reach your inbox. If you report one as spam, others may pop up in the future.

If there is a particular .com site that keeps sending you email, click the More button in your message and select Filter messages like these:

Next, in the From field, enter the name of the sender’s domain with an @ immediately before:

Then click Delete it to avoid your inbox and go straight to your Trash. Should there be other emails from this sender already in your inbox, click the box to Also apply filter to [x] matching conversations. Click the blue Create filter button when completed.


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