Gmail Spam Blocker





Becoming frustrated every time you open your Gmail inbox?


Are you getting inundated with spam, unwanted newsletters, and the overenthusiastic chain letter? While Google does offer a rudimentary system for setting up filters to help sort out your mail, the process is extremely complicated and time-consuming. Luckily there is a Chrome extension that can take care of all your problems - with Gmail that is! Block Sender for Gmail will get rid of spam with just a few clicks of your mouse.

Installing Block Sender for Gmail is fast and easy. When you're ready to say goodbye to spam for good, visit the homepage at http://blocksenderapp.com/ with your Chrome browser and click "Install Block Sender" to get started.

Next, Chrome will notify that it requires access your data on Google as well as your tabs and browsing activity. The application needs these permissions in order to be able to see when Gmail is activated and to add the new functionality for you. Click “Add” and you are ready to go.

Open up Gmail and look for an email that you wish to block and open it. At the top of the screen you'll now see next to the trash icon a new button called "Block". If you've accidentally blocked an address, you can find the undo option by clicking “Undo” in the yellow notification bar at the top of your screen.

Getting tough in individual spammers is great. However, sometimes blocking a single email address isn't quite enough. It is common practice for unscrupulous companies to send main from multiple different accounts on the same domain. Thankfully, Block Sender for Gmail can take care of this too.

Click the downwards arrow next to the "Block" button and you'll find a vast array of additional options.

- Clicking on the first option, "All email from this sender", is equivalent to clicking the Block button. “All email from this domain” will remove any email sent from the same domain, which makes it perfect for blocking emails from social networks and websites who tend to use different email addresses for different tasks. If its an email conversation thread that is bothering you, you can choose "All email with same subject" and it will instantly be sent to your trash with the rest of your blocked spam. The last option is "All email with a word/phrase", which will allow you to choose exactly what you want to keep out.

- One unique and clever aspect of Block Sender for Gmail is the “Respond with an error” email which automatically fills out a plausible error message which can be sent to the recipient, letting them know that their mail isn't getting through.

- Clicking “Options” on the drop down block menu will open up a new screen called Settings. This page will allow you to define the default action for when you click the Block button, decide whether blocked emails go to the trash or are archived, and how long the undo option remains after blocking. For power users, there are also advanced power options that you can unlock by upgrading to the premium version of Block Sender.

If you haven't already, make sure to visit http://blocksenderapp.com/ and look at the benefits you get with the premium version (and imagine how much time, money, and stress you'll save!)

That's it - it really is that easy to block unwanted emails in Gmail. With just a simple click (or two) you know have a powerful flexible tool to bring you the clean inbox you've always wanted.





Join the thousands of people around the world,
free yourself from unwanted email.

Gmail does an excellent job of blocking spam, but sometimes you just want to go the extra mile and prevent some mail from ever reaching your account.
Dave Greenbaum
Lifehacker
If you’re looking to block unwanted emails, particularly from certain senders who send you unsolicited messages, an extension for Google Chrome called Block Sender is a great solution.
Kim Barloso
Make Tech Easier
While Gmail is quite good at blocking spam, nothing had particularly worked for me until I gave Block Sender a shot. This handy little extension for Google Chrome makes blocking Gmail spam ever easier...
Waqas Ahmed
Addictive Tips

Something Every Gmail User Needs to Protect Their Inbox

  • Block Unwanted Email in One-Click

    Opt-out from any email sender in one-click. No more complicated filters to setup in Gmail.

  • Keep Your Inbox Free

    You choose to delete messages on arrival or have them skip the inbox and automatically archived.

  • Create a Fake Mailbox Not Found Email

    Bounce back unwanted emails with a nearly realistic "This email doesn't exist" error message.

  • Fully Anonymous

    Private and secure email blocking. The sender won't know you aren't seeing their messages.

  • Works with Gmail and Google Apps Mail

    Designed for Gmail and tested to work on Google Apps Mail for enterprise business users.

  • Control Advanced Filters

    Block sub-domains, subjects, or individuals. Even flag future messages from the same domain.

Choose a free or premium unlimited blocking plan

Free Plan

FREE

For individuals. Try it now!

  • Block a few messages
  • No premium filters
  • Works with Gmail
Install now Install now

Premium Plan

$4.99

per month

  • Unlimited Blocks
  • Premium Filters
  • Works with Gmail
  • Works with Google Apps
  • Free Upgrades
Buy now

Premium Yearly

SPECIAL OFFER - SAVE $40!

$59 $19

per year (60% off monthly)

  • Bounce Back Any Email
  • Unlimited Blocks
  • Premium Filters
  • Works with Gmail
  • Works with Google Apps
  • Free Upgrades
Buy now

Multi-Accounts

$69

Share up to 10 accounts

  • 1 entire year of premium
  • Bounce Back Any Message
  • Good for companies
  • Share with employees
  • Works with Google Apps
  • Unlimited Blocks
  • Free Upgrades
Buy now
Makes this process very easy and will prevent you from getting inundated with pointless emails
Ryan Bushey
Business Insider
I didn’t know quite how much this could become a valuable part of my daily Gmail routine until I started using it. Thanks!
Amber Case
Entrepreneur
Instead of trying to filter spam, I like gmail block sender. It is easy to block spam on gmail so I can focus on what matters most
Andrea Webster
Founder of AlmaVida