02-12-2018 11:57 PM
Please help me to solve this problem.
Every time after I sent a message via Gmail, at the end of the email I always see this annoying att wifi signature -
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02-15-2018 10:10 AM
I understand you had concerns regarding the the signature that was applied on your outgoing messages. I know it's inconvenient but I want to let you know I am here to help.
The good news is it's a super easy process to remove it. Click the Settings gear icon (⚙) in Gmail's navigation bar and select Settings from the menu that has appeared. From here, go to the General tab and make sure No Signature is selected under Signature. Once you do this, click Save Changes and you are good to go!
Should you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Thanks so much for all your time and for being a part of AT&T. I hope you have a wonderful day!
Sam, AT&T Community Specialist
02-18-2018 10:29 AM
Thank you for this answer, unfortunately, this did not work. I found these settings, but it was already set - "No signature"
I tried to create my own, I thought maybe this would help, but when I send a message, I check "Sent mail", open my message and I see my signature I created and at the end - same old annoying ATT wifi signature. I'm not sure if it from Gmail settings. When i use exact Gmail from my phone, there's no signature, all good. It's only when i use my laptop. Please help me to solve this problem, it's a shame when i have to communicate with my clients.
- edited 02-18-2018 11:31 AM
Why is this even being discussed here? If there is a problem with gmail take it to some appropriate gmail discussion forum.
I think the OP has a problem with his system or maybe the wifi network being used. I base that on the following:
OP, I suggest you (a) check which wifi network you are using and (b) turn any AV software off.
03-11-2018 6:50 PM
04-02-2018 8:44 AM
It's impossible to make hard-and-fast rules about email etiquette, and in some instances, you may completely disagree with the sentiment expressed. At the very least, though, it's worthwhile to know that some people may be annoyed by that behavior.
04-03-2018 11:17 PM
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