Have there been moments you wanted to prevent incoming messages? Are there times you are on vacation that in addition to having an out of office message you want to control when you see incoming mail? Toysoft Development has come up with a solution for those of us who need a little break from our inbox even if it is only on weekends. No Mail allows users to setup a schedule for when to check for new email messages and for which accounts.

When setting up new accounts on BlackBerry 10, there is an option to select the interval for which it checks the server for new messages. No Mail goes a step further. By setting this option to "Manual" for each designated email account, this headless application takes over and handles the rest for you.

No Mail is easy to setup once the Account options are updated. When launched, all of the different settings and features are shown in a straightforward manner. At the top of the screen you select the email account you wish to have it control. Users can then proceed to set the timeframe to check messages as well as the sync interval, and the days of the week. Once all options are ticked off there is nothing left to do and your schedule is active.

One thing to be aware of is that if you go into the BlackBerry Hub and hit refresh all of your accounts will update including the ones you have schedules created for. If you wish to avoid this then simply swipe to the specific account you wish to refresh.

The application itself may be simple but it gets the job done. If you are away either for vacation or even if you want a relaxing evening at home sometimes you do not want to be distracted by that flashing light.

This helpful application supports all BlackBerry 10 devices and is $0.99 to purchase.

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