Easy Reject Symbian Software : Free Nokia Mobile Applications

| 2017/12/06

Easy Reject Symbian Software : Free Nokia Mobile Applications

Easy Reject blocks incoming calls with a busy tone. Short messages are filtered with no sound or light indication and can be viewed in a separate message log in the ER interface.

To block certain contacts, you just need to import them in the application and if you wish to stop rejecting their calls  messages, simply delete them from the application menu. You can import contacts from phonebook, from phone log and manually. Hidden callers can also be blocked.

Easy Reject keeps a log of all rejected calls and messages. Details of each rejected event can be viewed in a separate screen, blocked messages can be read and restored.

Easy Reject will be always on unless you ”Exit” it from ”Options” – ”Exit”.

What do you need Easy Reject for

Keep a person off your mobile life – ER will filter both calls and short-messages from this contact. You will not be disturbed any more.
Not get disturbed by low priority calls – you may wish not to pick up the call from a specific contact at the moment but not be impolite by leaving the phone ringing.
Stop callers whose numbers cannot be retrieved
Protect from call & SMS SPAM if you receive a lot of advertisement calls andor junk SMS.
Keep your SMS communication private – messages will be filtered with no sound or light indication. However, note that calls from this person will be rejected as well.

Easy Reject competitive features:

* Indicator on your phone’s status bar which shows when ER is active
* Auto-start mode
* Blocked messages can be easily viewed and restored
* Various contact import options – import from phone log, import from phonebook, manual import
* Full reject entry log with a detail screen for each reject entry.

Category: Free Nokia Mobile Applications
Download: Easy Reject Symbian Software (140.02 kB)

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