SpamGrabber For Android

SpamGrabber For Android


NOTE: Please read the instructions before use (http://www.ditchkitty.co.uk/android/spamgrabber.php). Most problems are caused by incorrect account settings. Email us if you need help. Please note this is an outdated version and may not work on some devices. A new version is in the works.

SpamGrabber for Android is an Android port of the popular Outlook add-in for reporting spam to services such as SpamCop (http://www.spamcop.net). Currently only IMAP email accounts are supported (HotMail accounts will not work as they use Exchange).

The free version allows one account and only spam from the default inbox can be reported. Upgrade to the pro version for unlimited accounts and the ability to open other IMAP folders.

For more information and instructions please see http://www.ditchkitty.co.uk/android/spamgrabber.php

Recent changes:
Temp fix: Removed adverts, as the old ad SDK was causing display problems, and the new ad SDK requires some breaking changes.
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3.4
User ratings
19
Installs
500+
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File size
285 kb
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About SpamGrabber For Android
NOTE: Please read the instructions before use (http://www.ditchkitty.co.uk/android/spamgrabber.php). Most problems are caused by incorrect account settings. Email us if you need help. Please note this is an outdated version and may not work on some devices. A new version is in the works.

SpamGrabber for Android is an Android port of the popular Outlook add-in for reporting spam to services such as SpamCop (http://www.spamcop.net). Currently only IMAP email accounts are supported (HotMail accounts will not work as they use Exchange).

The free version allows one account and only spam from the default inbox can be reported. Upgrade to the pro version for unlimited accounts and the ability to open other IMAP folders.

For more information and instructions please see http://www.ditchkitty.co.uk/android/spamgrabber.php

Recent changes:
Temp fix: Removed adverts, as the old ad SDK was causing display problems, and the new ad SDK requires some breaking changes.

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A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
Awesome App This is the only app I have found that works with Spamcop. Initially, I has a little trouble, BUT, the tutorial online was helpful and the support from the website was INCREDIBLE. They worked with me back and forth to figure out my issues and get the app to work! For those who can't figure out the menu button, long press the button on your screen on the lower right hand corner or take a quick look at your phone documentation. They ALL have a menu button, just might be onscreen and not a separate button.
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Useless "To add an account press the menu button" ... well good luck with the Galaxy S5 ...
A Google User
Sep 6, 2014
Seems to have stopped working:-( This was an excellent application but has stopped working on my Samsung Galaxy Note II - I am not sure whether it was an app update or something else but it has simply stopped functioning, having been most useful prior to whatever happened.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
Works fine with SpamCop I just installed this app to easily forward spam correctly to SpamCop's spam reporting service. Previously, I had to go to a computer running a mail client or webmail, "view source" of the spammy message, select all, copy the headers and body of the message, and paste the source into SpamCop's submission form. If that process is even POSSIBLE using an Android email client and web browser on my phone, I have not yet discovered it. I have now used the app to report a few spam messages, and SpamCop parsed and reported them as expected. Although I don't need any of the "pro" features, I plan to pay the EXTREMELY modest upgrade price to support the author. P.S.: If I were to suggest a refinement, one might be an option to move the reported spam messages into a folder of my choosing. (I like to keep the originals around for a few weeks in case of a question about my report.) Currently the three options for handling the reported messages are "None" (do nothing), "Mark Read," and "Delete."
A Google User
May 14, 2013
Great app Brilliant app... works perfectly
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