Is there any way with Verizon to reject a text message either before or after you read it so the user gets a message that it was rejected? Or is there any kind of hacks that you can do to reject text messages?
I don't believe there's anything like that that's available. What would rejecting a message after you've received/read it do though? If anything, it sounds like blocking (to prevent getting messages from that person, for example) would be the way to go.
If you want them to get a message back that says it was rejected or blocked, just reply back with a message that says that. "VERIZON WIRELESS: The user you sent the message to has blocked messages from this phone or service."
If you have a Windows Mobile based phone you can get the program Magic Call. It has the ability to delete text messages and reply with a custom message. It also can block calls. When a person would call the phone it would answer then hang up so your phone never rings and the person on the other end won't be able to leave a voice mail.
There are also a slew of other options but it is great for stopping that annoying ex that can't let go. ;-)
Originally Posted by WebologyChicago
I'm a former sprint customer, I learned how to be aggressive!