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So i guess the answer is "no". You canNOT block someone's email. It will simply go to your Spam folder which the sender will not know and will continue to send you junk mail.
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What is wrong with email? Every time I try to ...

If you can't send a particular email it is often due to something that you pasted into the mail. My solution has been to copy just the text into another mail and send that. If the problem is in your signature, that will affect all mail. Another possible problem is that there is something wrong ...

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