When Gmail detects an address within the text of an email, it automatically converts that address into a link to Google Maps.
(I think this "feature" must be new because it hadn't happened in the past.)
I'm using Active Campaign to send emails to prospective clients, and the footer of the email contains a mailing address (which I think is required due to spam laws).
Gmail users who receive my emails see the mailing address in the footer as a blue hyperlink, which distracts from the main content of my emails.
I already know about this trick for preventing Gmail from converting email addresses into links.
How can I ensure that Gmail doesn't mess with the formatting of my mailing address text?
I just want it to be gray text (and not link to anything).