Delete boxbe follow the instruction below:
Clicking on the image or name initial in the top right corner of your Gmail account may remove Boxbe access. Click Go My Account, Sign in, and Security to go to the My Account page. Select apps with access to your account from the drop-down menu. Then click Manage App and Remove Access to delete Boxbe’s access.
How to completely remove boxbe access to gmail account
How to remove boxbe and other third party applications from your email account
I want to take a few seconds and introduce you to part of the Internet that you might not have known exists, and may very well be doing damage to your computer even if you don’t realize it. As I mentioned above, BoxBe is ‘an aggregator’, which means that it helps you keep all of your bookmarks in one place so that they can be accessed from anywhere. This sounds great on paper, but in practice it’s actually terrible for at least two reasons: 1) There are plenty of other tools out there which do this exact same thing without also putting the health of your computer in danger by installing fishing toolbars and adware 2) Any website that you use to store your bookmarks will also probably work just fine keeping them by themselves. BoxBe advertises itself as ‘the best way to organize all of your favorite web sites in one convenient box’, but there are at least 20 better ways which don’t rely on using their website to store everything.
BoxBe starts off innocently enough; they offer you a quick, simple installation with few options (which is good) and even make it very clear what the program’s toolbar does (also good):
That sounds great! It does exactly what it says, and doesn’t install any crap along with it! Unfortunately, right after the installation completes, the user has an option to either close or keep BoxBe running:
This is where BoxBe goes wrong. Like many programs, especially low-quality ones, it tries to trick the user by making them think they have an option when in fact they don’t. This is done using what’s called a ‘nag screen’, which pops up every single time you close or minimize BoxBe , asking if you want to keep it running.
This gets incredibly annoying very quickly, and the only way to disable it is by going into Options -> Privacy and setting Keep Running prior to closing BoxBe . Once installed, every single browser window will also gain two new toolbars.
Go to Outlook.com and sign-in with your existing account. Select Mail > Rules from the COG icon in the upper right corner. Find a rule with the name “Boxbe Waiting List.” Delete it.
This is a common site for the hosting of such scams, and it’s also where you’ll find boxbe.com. Boxbe is a spam-filtering service that prioritizes and screens unsolicited commercial email. Users may choose which emails to receive and which ones to discard. It puts the onus on the sender by asking them to respond in a timely manner.
Boxbe is an automated service that sends out automatic responses to anyone who messages you. It’s not technically spam, but it’s basically spam; everyone who contacts you gets a Boxbe automatic response. If they don’t receive the message because it has been filtered, they will be unable to activate the button to have their message sent straight to your inbox. You never know whether or not they were trying to get in touch with you.
All emails from senders you haven’t authorized will be sent to the Boxbe Waiting List. This list may be viewed at any moment. The Boxbe Waitlist is a folder (or label) in your file list that contains the name of the waiting list.
Go to My Account, sign in, and Security. Scroll down until you reach applications with access to your account. Select manage app. After that, click Remove Access.