I tried to add this filter but it did not give me any option but to place the offending items in the Inbox. I set up a folder called 'Mailing Box Spam' within the Inbox but I was still unable to re-direct the potential spam. I could red flag it but that was all.
I was nervous about tinkering with the system when I could not follow all the instructions and gave up.
Is there a simple rule to place ALL e-mails with no content or e-mails with words like renewal and prize in the Junk folder?
I recognise .biglots.com and .eu. The latter I dealt with some time ago with a filter that sends all.eu mails to junk. They actually stopped coming at all soon after that - maybe a coincidence or maybe firstname.lastname@example.org caught up with them. I have had Amazon and supermarket scams. I have had several with no content which I would like to filter if I knew how to send any mail with no content to junk.
AFAIK there is no rule condition to match empty content but I suspect those emails do have content that is suppressed by the email client setting to not automatically show remote images; if the email truly has no content then webmail will show the message This email has no content