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I have had a large number of conversations about a project with another person using Gmail, and Gmail has effectively served to document the development process.

I would like to share these conversation with another colleague so that they can reviewed and summarized.

What is the best way to do this?

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If it's all within a conversation, just forward it all.

If you've got too many spread conversations, your best bet might be giving them all a label and using your favorite IMAP Client to forward them. By labeling them you van easily select the messages that will be in an IMAP folder on your application.

There's still no way to do it within gmail, and it's even pre-listed as a suggestion. Go there and cast your vote for it!

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"(...) you van easily (...)" - and I'm no german. – cregox May 6 '11 at 5:59

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