On the main dashboard, a blue dot on the ‘prohibited’ symbol (circle with a line through it) in the line of a given Sender signifies that there is a domain-level block setting enabled for the root domain associated with this particular Sender. This can either apply to emails from all Senders at a given domain or pop-up notifications for our browser extension. By clicking on the block symbol for a Sender you can see what the settings are on the domain and make adjustments as needed. Note that if you opt to block emails across a given domain, it will negate any Allow or Filter settings currently enabled for that given Sender.
Yes - when the master setting for Account Verification is enabled under ‘Settings,’ you can still disable it for specific domains (perhaps for domains where this may be irrelevant or where the Senders are abusing the use of relevant keywords).... Read More
You can proactively block all senders across a given domain (even before a specific sender sends an email to your lockrMail email address) by adjusting settings on the Domains page. Simply add the root domain that you’d like to block... Read More