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    Reject a text message

    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?

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    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.

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    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."

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    Does the person have Verizon? You could temporarily turn off your text messaging and Verizon users will get an error when sending you messages.

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    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. ;-)
    Quote Originally Posted by WebologyChicago
    I'm a former sprint customer, I learned how to be aggressive!

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    Some phones have the ability to block incoming messages, like some of the Motorolas and the BlackBerry. You have to check the manual and/or tinker with the phone.

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