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I've been getting coupon offers from half a dozen of sites.

Is it possible to use a formula like "If there is a number that is larger than 60, then remove". This means that all coupons which cost over $60 would be removed.

Thank you.

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migrated from superuser.com Nov 23 '10 at 6:53

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There's no way to use a formula in a Gmail filter's query. However, you might be able to create a filter that will match most of the results you want with the OR operator. Here's an example:

  • subject:(60 | 70 | 80 | 90 | 100) subject:coupon would match $80 coupon for foo
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AFAIK this isn't possible. If the mails that you receive are spam, click on report spam to reduce the chances of them passing the spam filter.

Else probably build a custom filter to filter out emails containing "Coupon"

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