I understand how to apply Outlook rules to Gmail when filtering incoming messages, but I have not found any similar support for rules on outgoing messages. The way I set up my Outlook account was to ...
I have a filter in place for certain messages I don't want to be made available via POP. I don't want to delete them but I don't want them downloaded via POP either. The current filter is "skip the ...
I've had one email address on Yahoo for several years and I want to make a new Yahoo email address. I do have many contacts currently. The obvious, but slower way of letting my contacts know about my ...
Here's what I want to do... When an email with a known subject, or from a known source, is viewed I want a button that will: Add data from the email (could just regex parse) to a new row in the ...
When choosing to delete an email via a filter, the message is sent to the trash. Is there any way to permanently delete it instead? I tried deleting it twice with two different filters (the logic is ...
Normally when you setup Gmail to forward a message via a rule, the from address will not be changed from the originating email. This is different than a manual forward which will quote the forwarded ...
(this is a question I had myself. I eventually found the answer, and hope that by posting it here, someone else will be saved the pain I had) I have created a number of rules for moving mail into ...
I receive email to these addresses: email@example.com : This is my team's primary method of communication. I want all of this email to go to my Inbox. firstname.lastname@example.org : This belongs to ...
When you try to use any of the queries label:, in:, or is: in a Gmail filter, you will see the following warning: Warning: Filter searches containing "label:", "in:", or "is:" criteria are not ...