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Old 09-27-2014, 07:22 AM
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Default Is there a text app that blocks/forward texts to email?

My Ex is still harassing me via text. Its all nonsese, self serving, or has little to nothing to do with our daughter.

I've been using Auto SMS (Lite) with an auto reply message to every text that indicates all non-urgent messages are to be emailed and I'd reply there.

She keeps hammering my cell phone with texts tho...

Is there an app, that will block & forward texts to email, but still allow a phone call to come in from that number? She never calls, but if there was ever an emergency, I'd need to make sure the call isin't blocked
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Old 09-27-2014, 09:26 AM
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Android phones

BlackBerry phones

iPhones
App Name
Cost

App Name
Cost

App Name
Cost
NQ Mobile Manager
FREE

Junk Call Blocker
FREE

Calls Manager
$0.99
CALL BLOCK
FREE

Call Blocker Free
FREE

Call Avoid
$0.99
ABlackList Lite
FREE

Call Blocker Lite
FREE

Call Avoider Pro
$1.99
Call Control
FREE

Call Blocker
$0.99

Call Block
$1.99
Phone Call Blocker
FREE

Call Blocker Advance
$0.99



Supper Call Blocker
FREE

Call Blocker 9000
$1.99



Droid Call Filter
FREE

Call Blocker and Screener
$1.99



Advanced Call Blocker
$3.50

BuzzOff
$2.99



Call Guard (SMS & Call Blocker)
$3.99

Call Blocker-Call Anhihilator
$2.99



Extreme Call Blocker Droid
$5.97

Call Blocker Pro
$4.99

Some phones have the call/text rejection feature. With iphone on ios7, see here: Understanding call and message blocking on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. On most Android devices, it's under calling settings.
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Old 09-27-2014, 10:08 AM
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I wouldn't do that u should keep record of harassment for future use.
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Old 09-27-2014, 01:08 PM
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Either you completely block their number or you let them all in.

There is an app on android called sms backup and restore. If you buy it you can set a schedule to send to your email account or even dropbox everyday.


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My Ex is still harassing me via text. Its all nonsese, self serving, or has little to nothing to do with our daughter.

I've been using Auto SMS (Lite) with an auto reply message to every text that indicates all non-urgent messages are to be emailed and I'd reply there.

She keeps hammering my cell phone with texts tho...

Is there an app, that will block & forward texts to email, but still allow a phone call to come in from that number? She never calls, but if there was ever an emergency, I'd need to make sure the call isin't blocked
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