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How to import and export safe / blocked senders list?

This article is to show you how to import safe or blocked senders list from an existing list of email address into Microsoft Outlook, and how to export safe or blocked senders list from Microsoft Outlook as well.

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Step 1: Open the Junk E-mail Options dialog box:

  • In Outlook 2007, Please click the Tools > Options > Junk Email.
  • In Outlook 2010 and 2013, please click the Junk > Junk E-mail Options in the Delete group on the Home tab.

Step 2: In the Junk E-mail Options dialog box,

  • If you want to import and export the safe senders list, please click the Safe Senders tab.
  • If you want to import and export the blocked senders list, please click the Blocked Senders tab.

Step 3: Import and Export safe / blocked senders list.

Export safe / blocked senders list:

  • To export safe or blocked senders list, please click the Export to File button.
  • In the Export Safe Senders (or Export Blocked Senders) dialog box, open a folder where you will save the exported list in.
  • Enter a name for the exported list in the File name: box.
  • Click the Save button.

Import safe / blocked senders list:

  • To import safe or blocked senders list, please click the Import form file button.
  • In the Import Safe Senders (or Import Blocked Senders) dialog box, find out and select the file that you will import.
  • Click the Open button.

Step 4: Click the OK button in the Junk E-mail Options dialog box.


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    Dave · 4 years ago
    What type of file does it have to be?
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      cranem451 · 3 years ago
      I tried to Export, Edit and Import from a file and was having problems.
      After trying a few things I found that the process worked correctly when I saved the file in "ANSI" format.
      When editing the exported file perform a "Save As" and make sure Encoding is set to "ANSI".
      I was using TextPad as my Text Editor.
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        Mark · 2 years ago
        ANSI !!! How could I have forgotten that!!
        I've been a fan of TextPad for more that 20 years
        Thanks!