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Try clicking the dropdown next to reply and select "Message garbled?"
So, you are effectively looking for a web-based version of Thunderbird. Well, it seems that someone has started an open-source Google Code project named webtdb with this exact purpose, but it does not seem to have progressed very far yet. If you are willing to consider non-free closed-source solutions, then Outlook Web App (part of Microsoft Office 365) ...
We have templates built into PostageApp that you can add message variables to (for customer name, etc etc) and you send the messages by sending JSON to our API via HTTP POST. You'd have to build the scheduling on your end, but is this something you were looking for? Let me know! (Full Disclosure: I am the Product Manager for PostageApp)
Fixed! We had disabled image hotlinking on the server.... DUH! Strange how it only seemed to effect Yahoo Mail though. Ah well.
First create a custom search in Gmail. To create a custom search, click on the arrow on the right hand side of the search bar on your Gmail. (disregard the coloring around the box, I have a custom background theme on mine.) After clicking the arrow on the right hand side, (the arrow next to the search icon) the dropdown screen will open. Choose the ...
Have you tried using the "email@example.com" syntax? IIRC, from your university.edu account you can forward everything to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be delivered to email@example.com. You can then label every mail received which has a to "TO Field" : firstname.lastname@example.org I use a lot this syntax, the major downside is when some people/forms ...
The Pictore shown is either your google account picture, or the picture the reciver has set in his contacts. IMHO it's not possible to actually send a picture to be displayed. You could alway send a vcard with your email, so the reciver can easily add you to his contacts.
You may find what you are looking for at Outlook.com. Here is a view of the Email Options/Settings panel:
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