outlook.live.com (mobile/Android) missed ads + adbblock detection

Blaz

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@Boo Berry
Try this rule:
Code:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"][-ext-has='> div.ms-fwt-r > span[class]']
You can remove the previous rule with "heading".
 
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Boo Berry

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Yep, works perfectly now on both Android/Chrome and Chromium desktop with changed user agent.
 

Blaz

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@Boo Berry
So to summarize we need the following rules:
Code:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"][-ext-has='> div.ms-fwt-r > span[class]']
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[-ext-has='.__Microsoft_Owa_MessageListAds_ListView_templates_cs_V']
@@||aolcdn.com/ads/adsWrapperMSNI.js$domain=outlook.live.com
@@||res.office365.com/adbar/*/adbar.js$domain=outlook.live.com
outlook.live.com###app div[class][data-min-width][data-max-width] ~ div[class][-ext-has='div[id^="owaadbar"]']
outlook.live.com###primaryContainer > div[-ext-has='#owaadbar']
Did I forgot one or is there still an issue with this site? The heading rule is also usable without [-ext-has , but this way it is safer.

@Adam
Could you please check iOS, thank you.

For iOS we can use these following two rules for the ad emails, but not sure about their safety:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
 
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Adam

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I don't see any ads and antiadblock notice on iOS on my end.
I added those rules:
Code:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
and I think it doesn't break anything, but it would be better if someone who can reproduce ads and adblock notice test it.
 

Avenger

New Member
Have these filters been updated?

I updated today and the ads in the initial post are still present on mobile.
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
Try clearing the Android web browser's cache and/or disabling and re-enabling AG's protection. I just checked and the rules are still working on Android.
 

Avenger

New Member
Try clearing the Android web browser's cache and/or disabling and re-enabling AG's protection. I just checked and the rules are still working on Android.
I just updated the filters again. Cleared every single possible history option (including the cache) in the browser settings, disabled and re-enabled adguard and the ads are still very much present when logging into outlook
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
Can't reproduce, still blocked here.

You might have to manually add some of the rules posted above to your user filter (as I don't know which rules were added to the Mobile filter). I did, and they're working for me.

Otherwise, make sure you're using the Annoyances filter.
 

Avenger

New Member
Can't reproduce, still blocked here.

You might have to manually add some of the rules posted above to your user filter (as I don't know which rules were added to the Mobile filter). I did, and they're working for me.

Otherwise, make sure you're using the Annoyances filter.
I manually added all 6 of the rules posted above, cleared all history settings, disabled and re-enabled adguard and the ads are still present...
 

Blaz

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Staff member
Moderator
I only can reproduce the ads without the two rules above.

I don't see any ads and antiadblock notice on iOS on my end.
I added those rules:
Code:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
and I think it doesn't break anything, but it would be better if someone who can reproduce ads and adblock notice test it.
I can't find them in any filter list @Adam
 

Adam

Filters Developer
Staff member
Moderator
Oh, I meant that I added them to user filter (not to English filter or any other).
When I was checking it on iOS, I didn't saw any ads even without these rules.
 

Blaz

Moderator & Translator
Staff member
Moderator
For iOS we can use these following two rules for the ad emails, but not sure about their safety:
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
Added to Mobile filter.
 
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