Gmail is failing to catch many spam messages a day from addresses like "raw4gftvdg_sgthesry@dewasoqeyodruna.ml" All are .ml addresses and have the same sender "name". I've reported them as spam but they keep bypassing the spam "filtering" that Google does.

Is there a way to set a filter to send all .ml address email to spam? I have no-one who emails me from Mali and it's obviously spammers.

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You can not filter by TLD in HTML Gmail.

However, while you are asking to filter by TLD, you indicate that "all... ...have the same sender name." If that is indeed the case, you can filter based on the sender name.

Create a Filter using the sender name

Per Gmail: Create rules to filter your emails

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. In the search box at the top, click Show search options image_1.
  3. Enter your search criteria.
    If you want to check that your search works correctly, test it by clicking Search.
  4. At the bottom of the search window, click Create filter
  5. Choose what you’d like the filter to do.
  6. Click Create filter.

Create filter

  • Doesn’t answer the question
    – roman
    Sep 30, 2022 at 23:45
  • It does answer the question Roman. The answer is No ("You cannot filter by TLD in HTML Gmail") Mar 7 at 19:14

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