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Question: How to add to an email rule

I have a couple of email rules created several OS generations ago that I have lost the ability to add to easily. For example, one rule deletes emails from certain senders, more specifically, if the "from" field contains certain values. Now when I get an email from a sender and I never want to be bothered with mail from that sender again, how can I easily add that sender to my "delete" rule, which I recall that I use to be able to do. Yes, I suppose I could copy the sender's address, open rules, select the rule in question, and then modify it by adding this sender to the list that is there. But I was hoping for something I could do with just a few clicks.


Any suggestions?

iMac, macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

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There is no way to add it to a rule without accessing the rule and adding it. There is no shortcut.

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Mar 16, 2018 11:37 AM in response to peregrineguy In response to peregrineguy

Open Mail's preferences. Click on Rules in the toolbar. Locate the rule you want to change. Either double-click on the selection or select the rule and click on the Edit button to the right. You can now change the rule or add to it.

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