If you see this yellow exclamation point (pictured below) on your Accounts page then it means Block Sender can’t connect to your Gmail account. This disconnection from Block Sender can happen if you change your Gmail/Google password, if Gmail detects an intrusion in your account, or if you revoke Block Sender’s connection to your account. […]
Understandably, most people have more than one email address, whether it is for work, school, or personal use. If you’d like to connect all of your email addresses to Block Sender, then you have a few options, which are shown below: Free Users If you are a Free user, then you will need to upgrade your account […]
If you decide you want to change the email address you use to sign in to Block Sender, please contact our support team: firstname.lastname@example.org Once this is done you’ll need to verify you have ownership of the new email before you can continue to use your Block Sender account.
With Block Sender, you can send fake bounce-back messages, which will make the sender think your email address no longer exists. You can bounce an email when creating a new block or from an existing block in the dashboard. Note: In order to send fake bounce-backs with Block Sender you need to upgrade your account to Plus […]
In order to block emails with Block Sender, you need to link your Gmail account. You can link an email account either through the Gmail web client or the Block Sender Dashboard. Using the Browser Extension Sign in to your Gmail account and the Block Sender browser extension if you haven’t already. Click on the Block Sender icon […]
Removing a Gmail alias from Block Sender works just like unlinking a primary Gmail account. In your Gmail web client, click the Block Sender icon in your browser and choose Dashboard. You can also this link to access the dashboard. Scroll down to Your Accounts section to see the emails linked to your account. Locate […]
With Block Sender you can block emails from a particular email address using either the browser extension or the dashboard. This is useful for when you are receiving harassing emails or a large amount of spam from a particular email address. Using the Browser Extension Open the email whose subject you want to block. Select […]
When you have a particularly bad spam problem it can be very helpful to create multiple blocks all at once. This can be done for blocking email addresses, domains, or subjects. In this help article we’ll explain how to do this using the following steps: Log in to your Gmail account. Click the checkbox next […]