I definitely remove all that, or upgrade to the paid version so it's not mandatory. It's the first thing I do upon configuring a new email client, making sure my sig is consistent across all platforms, mobile and desktop, and that someone else's company isn't on top of my company's branding. I'm pretty sure my CEO and the Marketing department would look ill on me mixing branding like that--so I'm not even going there--I'll be using BnF's workaround--thanks for that! Evernote isn't a corporate approved tool, but it certainly helps me get my work done. I do *not* want to draw undue attention to it, in case they try and make me stop using something so desperately handy (they're pretty decent about giving us leeway, but it could happen). I just need everything to be simple, transparent, and professional.