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I know I have no subject. That's on purpose Mr Gmail! Now how can I get it to stop warning me?

EDIT: As of Nov 27, 2012 Gmail no longer shows this warning.

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closed as too localized by Al E., Sathya Dec 2 '12 at 18:27

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Hm, sounds like a fun Gmail Labs project.... – Pops Jul 22 '10 at 21:23
For quick chat the reverse should be possible. No prompt for empty body, using "EOM" at the end of the subject line. – phwd Aug 28 '11 at 1:08
Sounds like you got your wish. GMail took out the warning, and now those that want the warning are left in the cold. It really should be an option or a labs feature. – Sam Nov 26 '12 at 17:06
@AlE. Did you have an eye toward reopening this or just cleaning up? – jonsca May 24 at 21:57
@jonsca: Neither. It was an error. – Al E. May 24 at 22:37
up vote 1 down vote accepted

No you cannot. Subjects are important. How many people send mails with no subject intentionally? I do not think there should be such a feature. (maybe you can use Greasemonkey instead)

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-1 because the OP explicitly stated that he wanted to send mail with no subject intentionally, and because opinions of whether the feature should exist are irrelevant to the question. – Pops Jul 22 '10 at 21:13
Same as @pops here – Dani Springer May 25 at 13:55

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