Date Added:Jun. 08, 2007
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Filters SPAM, but so does the SPAM filter of my email account
Does not provide any obvious benefits that I can see. Information displayed on the Boxbe website does not make sense (i.e. it stated 150 emails had been blocked one day) and I was unable to change the SPAM filter values.
Ultimately, the customer service was terrible. In response to my question regarding finding out what the 150 blocked emails were because I wanted to make sure important emails were not being blocked, I received the following response from customer support: "We can first start by inquiring if you realistically think you would receive 90+ messages addressed to your...email account..."
Updated on Sep 20, 2011
There are zero things I like about this service
It attaches to every email...
Do not log on.
None that I can think of.
It spreads itself. Your friends will hate you.
It harvests email addresses and sells them to spammers.
Serves no additional (to Yahoo email) purpose whatsoever; it is a worthless program. It cannot be uninstalled or de-activated, at least not at this time. It integrated itself into my Yahoo email. I contacted the outfit that makes it AND also Yahoo Mail help, but received no response or help at all. Once you get it, you are stuck. It caused major inconvenience for me. It uses you as the "carrier" to spread it so others (when you email them, you invite them to use it) so they can be stuck with this spam program too.
Reply by capace5 on August 18, 2009
Thanks Dude for the Info. But, my Boss ain't that happy about the news that i gave him!
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|Publisher web site||https://www.boxbe.com/ama/home|
|Release Date||June 08, 2007|
|Date Added||June 08, 2007|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|File Size||Not Available|
|File Name||External File|
|Downloads Last Week||3|