By default, Firefox will send your messages through SMTP.
To remove this sms sending service from Firefox, go to about:config and search for “SMS service”.
You can also disable SMTP altogether by setting the SMTP_SERVER variable to any value.
To disable SMTTP entirely, set SMTP to “0”.
This tutorial shows how to remove sms and sms from Firefox.1.
Go to about :config and click on the smtp tab.2.
Check the SMTPSessionService property to see if it exists.
If it does, you can remove it.3.
To open a new tab, go back to about .4.
Click on the Remove SMTPService button to remove the sms or sms service.
If you click on a checkbox, you will see the list of services available.
Clicking on the one you want will take you to its associated preferences.5.
You can then edit the SMTPAuthenticationOptions.xml file.
For example, you might like to remove SMTP and/or Sms sending from your SMTP server.
Open up the Preferences tab and change the value for SMTPServer from “0” to “1”.6.
Now you can go back and edit the configuration file to add new options.
For instance, you may want to make the smtpserver setting less restrictive.
You might also want to change the settings to only send spam messages.
The default is “1”, which would disable SMTPServer altogether.
You can delete the smtmessage service from your Firefox configuration by editing the preferences file.
Go back to the SMTTemessageService option.
Scroll to the bottom of the file and delete it.
You should see the smttmessage service disappear.
You need to edit the settings for the service to get the desired behavior.
If the service does not exist, you need to make sure it’s set to 0.
For example, if you were to edit settings for smtmessageserver:0 and you set the value to 0, the service would never be used and would be removed.
If this is not the case, try changing the value back to 0 and try again.
You will get different behavior.
If you’re not using Firefox, you should disable smtp altogether.
You may also want the smtserver option to be set to “none” instead of “0”, which is how you want Firefox to treat incoming messages.