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Is it possible to create a Gmail filter that works on arbitrary headers?

(Not a dup: this very similar question really asks about the DeliveredTo header). Bugzilla provides a number of headers telling you why you received a mail, such as X-Bugzilla-Reason. How can I ...
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Forwarded emails from Gmail show original sender, want headers showing me instead

I set up Gmail to auto-forward my email to a different address. However, when forwarded, the email appears to come from the original sender, instead of my email address. Can I change this behaviour ...
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Is it possible to modify outgoing mail headers in Gmail?

Is there any way to modify the mail headers in an outgoing message sent using Gmail? I'm interested in doing this to add an "Approved:" header to a Mailman announcements-only list (reference).
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How can I edit headers of e-mail in my Gmail account?

I used Thunderbird to move e-mails from one account into my Gmail account, but somehow some of the e-mails' From headers have disappeared. I would like to edit the e-mails to add these headers again.
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Shift Google Documents header up/down one level

Let's say I formatted a document this way: 1. Title (style: title 1) 1.1 Subtitle (style: title 2) 1.2 Subtitle (style: title 2) And I want to insert an extra level between Title and ...
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Gmail forward set “reply-to” header

Is there anyway I can froward all emails from a Gmail account to a number of other e-mail accounts and then setting the reply-to (or from) header as the Gmail's account? So multiple people can use ...
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Web sniffer / HTTP viewer [closed]

I often go looking at websites of Facebook offers people have claimed, or just general investigations into how legitimate a site looks by where one ends up after visiting the initial URL / the page ...
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How to add rel='canonical' to Blogger template header

How to add this to a Blogger template header: rel='canonical' I made a mistake with data:post.url, which doesn't work on the header and gives me error message" <link ...