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    franklin girl Posts: 11, Reputation: 3
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    Jul 6, 2007, 08:41 PM
    Can you block a specific sender in Gmail?
    Can you block someone in Gmail? I have heard that you can't but I am not that familiar with it just yet? If you can do they know that you are blocking them (i.e. do they get a specific error or something that tells them what you are doing)? If so what does the error say?

    Please help as I need to do somehting about someone who is scaring me and I don't want them to know what I have done.
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    benn11 Posts: 1,036, Reputation: 43
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    Jul 11, 2007, 04:05 AM
    You can include their e-mail address in the SPAM or block addresses filter. Also check out Gmail help section >>

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