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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Boxbe: What is Boxbe?

Someone Who I have been e-mailed with is using this Online Spam and Unwanted E-Mail Blocking Service called Boxbe. So, I thought it might be worth a look...

Say Goodbye to Email Overload

Welcome to email as it should be. Boxbe filters and prioritizes your email to reduce email overload. With an organized inbox, Boxbe makes it faster and easier to view, answer and send email.

Boxbe is free and integrates directly with Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Google Apps and AOL Mail. If you don't use these, Boxbe offers a public forwarding address.

Get Boxbe

Clean up your inbox

Boxbe uses a personalized Guest List and your extended personal network to ensure quick delivery of email from people who matter to you. While other messages are screened, those not getting priority can always be found in your Waiting List.


Your friends are already included

Your Guest List works just like your IM buddy list or your social network friends page. It contains people you've added or invited. When you first sign up, Boxbe's technology scans your existing email folders and address book to establish your Guest List with all the people you've recently and frequently emailed. The Guest List is live and dynamic and automatically includes new people you want to receive email from.


Never miss an important message

Ever miss an important email because it got marked as spam?

Boxbe ranks messages in your Waiting List from 1-10. The lower the number, the better the message. Messages with a score of 1-3 are likely to be good, 4-7 means caution and 8-10 means they are very likely to be spam.

Yahoo     Gmail
Google             Apps   AOL

Direct support for your existing email

Boxbe works right with your existing email address (or addresses if you have more than one). Enjoy direct support for Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and any domain hosted by GoogleApps. Messages from people you've approved continue to go directly into your existing inbox.

Spammers need not apply

Boxbe empowers you to choose which businesses and people can easily reach you. Anyone who isn't on your Guest List will receive a request to verify their message before it is delivered to your inbox.

Unverified messages are held in your Waiting List for you to review, and approve or decline at anytime.

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