Tired of sending people spam “Sent via ‘wireless company’ Blackberry” advertisements at the bottom of every email? I know I am. Follow this groovy guide to get rid of those Blackberry signature messages for good.
How To Remove The Sent Via Blackberry Signature From Communications
1. Visit the Blackberry site for your provider. This visit MUST be done from a PC and not your Blackberry browser. Once there, log in. You might need to create a new account if you are unable to log in.
2. Click the Edit button for the email you’re sending with your Blackberry.
3. Under the Signature line, Erase all of the “Sent Via Blackberry” text. When finished Click Save.
Done! Now when you send an email from your Blackberry, your contacts will no longer see the “Sent via Blackberry” advertisement at the bottom of messages.
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The “Sent via Blackberry…” tip is great, but I treat that message, not as advertising, but as a “heads-up” notice to the recipiet that they should not send a reply of anything with a lot of bytes (e.g., attachments) as the Blackberry has practical limits on text display. I know that I use it to truncate my response text or attachments to those who I know are recieving via Blackberry. If it’s their PC, there is not the same concern. It’s a matter of courtesy, as well as practicality.
Thanks for the tip anyway. I use a lot of them.
@David – Yup. Completely understood. Although groovedexter likes to remove the “Sent via Blackberry” I personally like to change it to “sent via my mobile phone”. Like you, I like it when people know it’s coming from my mobile phone so typo’s and grammar may not be the best :)
Thanks for the comment!