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What setting can I use so that ads do not show up on my email screen?

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Re: automaticallyremove ads

There is no setting, but you can use an adblocker. I use Adblock plus, its free and works great.

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Re: automaticallyremove ads


ct51 wrote:

What setting can I use so that ads do not show up on my email screen?


All ISPs use advertising for the revenue stream. You do have some control over what ads you see. Underneath any ad on the right side of the screen. Go to this link-------------

http://xfinity.comcast.net/adinformation/

That will explain how you can opt out of some, but not all advertising. Or-----use a browser add-on called "AdBlock Plus". That will eliminate all of them. An even better option would be to use an email client like Mozilla Thunderbird or Windows Live Mail. That way you don't even have to look at the Comcast UI, and no ads.




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Re: automaticallyremove ads

Thank you for your helpful assistance. The following link http://xfinity.comcast.net/adinformation/ provided the solution to my issue.

Take care,

Carl T