NOTE: Boxbe is discontinuing support for removing Boxbe for Gmail in this way. Please follow the directions at the bottom of this post to remove Boxbe for Gmail.
Edited February 4, 2008
Recently, we’ve had a little bug that made it difficult to remove Boxbe protection from Gmail accounts. The bug has been fixed, but I thought this might be a good opportunity to tell everyone how to disable Boxbe for your email account (particularly Gmail). We know some people may want to discontinue service after trying it and we’ve made it easy to enable and disable accounts.
How it works
We’ve added a filter to Gmail to selectively forward email to Boxbe and send email from senders on your Guest List back to Gmail. You can turn this on and off on the site by going to the Boxbe Dashboard and click “Disable” next to the email address you want to disable (this works with the other addresses, too). Next, you’ll be taken to a screen that you’ll have to enter in your Gmail password.
If for some reason, that doesn’t work, click through to the next page to get the details on how to turn Boxbe for Gmail off in Gmail.
To turn off Boxbe for Gmail manually, follow these steps.
First, go to your settings from within Gmail.
Second, once inside your Gmail Settings, click “Filters.”
Finally, find the Boxbe filter (this will be the one that says “Do this: Forward to firstname.lastname@example.org, Skip Inbox, Delete it”
Once you’ve removed the filter, Boxbe won’t be protecting your Gmail account anymore.
You can always re-enable the account on your Boxbe Dashboard.