Remove email address from Aiprotection Alert

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mogulman

Regular Contributor
Ok. I know this is a stupid question, but I tried Aiprotection and configured my Gmail account in alert settings. I have my Gmail account setup too securely and decided I didn't want to use it anymore.

When I go into alert settings it won't let me change back to blank setting. How do I remove my account and turn off email alerts?

I can put in a fictitious email and password and uncheck the boxes but is there a way to just remove the setting?

This is on an RT-AX86u with the latest GA firmware.
 

bbunge

Part of the Furniture
Ok. I know this is a stupid question, but I tried Aiprotection and configured my Gmail account in alert settings. I have my Gmail account setup too securely and decided I didn't want to use it anymore.

When I go into alert settings it won't let me change back to blank setting. How do I remove my account and turn off email alerts?

I can put in a fictitious email and password and uncheck the boxes but is there a way to just remove the setting?

This is on an RT-AX86u with the latest GA firmware.
Not that I have found.
I did file a ticket with Asus about the email alert settings not working. Not secure enough for today's email servers. We can hope they will take a minute to fix it but don't hold your breath...
 

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