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It is not always possible to know. I'll explain why, and how, when possible, to find the information you want. First a bit of necessary background. When you "show original", you see the e-mail exactly as it was transmitted over the network. But what you don't see is the envelope. The envelope is like a paper envelope. It has a recipient address and a return ...
According to Google, it is not possible: You can't change the email address on your account to an existing Gmail address, but we invite you to add a new Gmail address to your Google Account.
This would go against the privacy settings on Facebook. If you need a private communication channel, I suggest you send them a private message with your own address, and ask them to contact you.
See this thread on plotting map points from excel entries. If you can get the .pdf information into a spreadsheet, these services might be able to help: http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/maps/baw9A5LuS3o Sorry I can't be more specific, but the thread lists various sites that do allow map plotting based on address info.
If you are using the ability of gmail to check other pop3 accounts, the setting for the account allow you to attach a label to all the email. How to set it for an existing account you are pulling: gear:mail settings:Accounts and import: Check mail using pop3: then edit one of your connections How to set it for a new account you want to start pulling: ...
It seems that website stores street number in it's own database along with the coordinates. And it's using it's own search engine, not Google's. So if your search hit a street number and street, it just fetches the coordinate and points it on the map. In google maps, you can only search for street number if it's in the place address.
I believe this will answer your question: "If you created your account with a dot in your username and you wish you hadn’t, you can change your ‘Reply-to address.’ To change your reply-to address: 1. Click ‘Settings’ at the top of any Gmail page. 2. Enter your email@example.com without a dot in the ‘Reply-to address’ field. 3. Click ‘Save Changes.’ When ...
This format works for a specific location, though the label seems to be limited to 1 character: http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=40.698217,-74.05&zoom=13&size=600x300&maptype=roadmap&markers=color:orange%7Clabel:A%7C40.690217,-74.035&sensor=false If you really want to show more than one character, you can get around ...
If you come out of street view, into the overhead view, you can right-click on an area and select "What's here?" This should give you the street address - works in many, but not necessarily all countries of course - but does appear to work in Canada, where you're from.
batchgeo.com lets you paste a table of addresses, choose which columns represent which parts of the address, and then it puts all the addresses on a Google map. Worked like a charm for me!
Maybe plaxo will be a solution for you
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