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How to unblock someone in Outlook
Have you ever blocked someone by mistake, wondering why you no longer get their emails? Or maybe it was intentional, such as a relative who sent one too many emails about their cat, but you now regret it and want to reconnect with them? Whatever the reason, unblocking someone gives them a second in your inbox, and it only takes a few steps. Here’s how to unblock a sender in the Microsoft Outlook desktop app and web browser.
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Navigate to your Junk folder in Outlook and right-click the email from the sender you want to unblock. Then, select Never block.
Alternatively, add or remove email addresses from your Blocked Senders or Safe Senders list in the Junk mail Settings menu.
How to unblock emails addresses on the Outlook desktop app
First, navigate to your Junk folder. This is where all emails received from blocked senders will end up. Find an email from the sender you want to unblock and then right-click the email to open more options. Select Junk -> Never Block Sender.
If you want to unblock multiple senders at once, select Junk email options from the bottom of the same menu to open up a new window.
Select the Safe Senders tab and click Add to enter the email addresses you want to unblock. When you are done, click Apply to save your changes.
How to unblock emails addresses on the Outlook website
You’ll want to open the Settings menu to unblock a sender using the Outlook web browser. From there, select Junk email.
You can either select the trash icon beside senders on your blocked list to remove them or add emails to the safe sender’s list. Either method will ensure you receive their emails.
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Navigate to the Settings menu and select Junk Email. At the bottom of the page, you should see the subheading Filters. Ensure the second option isn’t checked, which blocks attachments, pictures, and links from anyone not on the safe list above.