SBSH Whitelist, as the name suggests lets you create a golden whitelist of contacts from whom you want to receive calls and messages for your S60 5th edition devices.
The application state can be turned On/Off so you have the flexibility to set a very strict whitelist and turn it on only when absolutely necessary. On the other hand, if you have a very select Contact list (which is unlikely ) you can turn on SBSH Whitelist to allow only calls and messages from Contacts in your address book.
SBSH Whitelist gives you the option to choose from 4 options – Reject all incoming events, Reject calls only and allow SMS, Mute calls/reject sms or Silent calls only.
It worked efficiently, occupying less than 1 megabyte of RAM when its running in the background.
SBSH Whitelist can be downloaded here for trial or or can be purchased at $9.95.
SBSH Whitelist is able to fend of worthy competitors for Symbian devices like Best Blacklist and Handy Blacklist, though its a little late to the party. It does adequately with the limited feature set.
An automatic scheduler that switches on the rules for incoming calls and messages based on calendar events and profile settings would have made a killer app. But it still has some novel features like blocking skype aliases or messages from specific SMS servers that make it a compelling competitor to the many other similar applications.
SBSH Whitelist is worth a look and I’ll give it 3 of 5.