How to remove / disable mailtrack extension from your

Uninstalling the extension will not cancel any subscriptions you have. It”s our suggestion to cancel your subscription before uninstalling to prevent any unintended charges from recurring.

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There are two different ways you may have installed Each installation needs to be removed separately:

Browser extension: installed only on your local desktop computer

1. Removing Browser Extensions


Navigate to your Extensions (chrome://extensions) from the top-right three dot menu, under “More Tools

Scroll to find in your list of extensions

Select the Remove option

Confirm by clicking Remove in the new alert window Chrome has opened.

After removal, we recommend clearing your cache and cookies in Gmail.


Click Safari in the upper left-hand side of your screen and select Preferences from the dropdown menu

In the new window, open the Extensions tab

Go to your Applications folder and uninstall the application (you can do this by dragging the application icon to the trash bin).

Go back to the Extensions tab under Preferences and click on and select “Uninstall”. Do the same for “ Helper”. You may need to restart Safari for the changes to take place.

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Google Apps (all browsers managed by your G Suite account)

If you have a for Google Apps account, you will also need to remove from within your Google Apps administration panel.

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Access your Google Apps admin console by clicking the Google Apps settings gear icon and selecting Manage This Domain

Select Marketplace Apps

Click the link

Click the “Remove App” icon.

2. Removing the Gmail Add-on”s add-on for Gmail can be managed from your Gmail Settings, under the Add-ons tab.

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If you”re a G Suite user, you may need your team admin to remove the add-on for you. 

Open your Gmail Settings and select the Add-ons tab

In the left column, click the Manage link under Installed add-ons

Click the three-dot More menu and select Remove from the two options.

3. Deauthorize from your Google Account

Log into the Gmail you”d like to remove from

Find in the list of Third-party apps with account access and click the entry

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