A list of sender addresses of newsletters and social updates. The main repository is updated since 10 May 2017 by the owner.
%% comment @@ Friendly Name email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org ++ include.txt
Friendly Name applies to both addresses.
++ include.txt syntax makes your (my) life easier. I can now easily manage my private newsletter addresses (e.g., internal addresses used by my employers) as well as public newsletter addresses.
This PowerShell script is a simple application using Microsoft Graph to automatically set rules for you. When I was writing the script, I found
Invoke-RestMethod a very good friend! For information on how to use the script,
Get-Help the PowerShell way. Read my blog entry (in Chinese) on this thing.
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