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You can do that from Settings > Accounts and Imports and select Reply from the same address the message was sent to:


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Using @Al Everett's advice, you can use vacation responder for this. (Sorry Al, feel free to add this answer and I'll remove mine :) ) Go into your Gmail settings and looks for a section called "Vacation Responder" This will allow you to enter an auto-response for all incoming messages. Just uncheck the "Ends" box to make sure it will always be on. ...


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One issue with the gmail autoresponder is that it only replies to those emails sent directly to the gmail account in question. This does not include accounts from other domains that are linked to the gmail account. You can get around this, and enable the use of better filtering, by using the following process: Create a new gmail account for the autoreply ...


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You should be able to use Groups to achieve this, which at the most basic level are just mailing lists. Access your GAFYD control panel (e.g. https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/yourdomain.com/ From the top navigation bar, select Users and Groups, then the Groups tab Create your new Group, if you just want to send emails out to the list, the "Announcement ...


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Yes, that is possible. There is a per-group setting to control the frequency of digest emails. There is an overview for all groups from which it can be set in a batch-like fashion: Settings (upper right, in pop-up under your name) -> "Email Preferences" -> "Set the frequency of group digest emails". Change the popup for one or more groups from "Daily ...


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This topic is old, but the answer is, search for is:starred like in Gmail. (Maybe it wasn't available on Yahoo Mail at the time of asking the question.)


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I had a little google for this and found if you enter this in the yahoo mail search box: flags:flagged:1 This will do the trick for you. There are some clues here (http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?locale=en_US&y=PROD_MAIL_ML&page=content&id=SLN8405#table) But this code snippet I found here gave me the 'FLAGGED' keyword I wanted to find starred ...


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how can I send emails from mail_1@mydomain.com (without any "behalf")? Whether the "behalf" (or "sent via") is visible is dependent on the email client receiving the email, however, it can always be dug out by viewing the source of the email. You get the "behalf" when using Gmail's SMTP server (the default) to send the email. Gmail will add a Sender: ...


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These emails are being delivered to the correct user as far as Gmail is concerned. Gmail is not sending emails to you, rather ebay is sending emails to j.harrop@g... which IS your email account, just as jh.arrop@g... and ever other combination with a . in it would be. All those combinations are tied to just your one account. I think your question ...


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Since you're using Gmail there's actually a very easy workaround: STEP 1: Instead of your main Gmail address, use a Gmail alias when you subscribe to new e-newsletters. For example, if your main email is "bob@gmail.com", use something like "bob+newsletters@gmail.com". (You can use pretty much anything between the "+" and "@" characters. More info on ...


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You tagged GMail so that means you should be able to use Google Calendar to create a daily repeating event. Set reminders as needed then invite the 3 attendees. You can set SMS, local or e-mail reminders on all Google Calendar Events.


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Well I am quite sure that it's not possible in Yahoo Mail. It's one of the very very large list of features available in GMail but not other online email service providers. I am not sure, but it may be available on Yahoo Mail Plus - the version of Yahoo Mail that's not free - but again I am not sure whether Yahoo Mail Plus still exists. You can try to ...


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http://www.fastmail.fm/ Originally an Australian company. Now owned by Opera (norwegian company) since 2010. Norway is not part of EU. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FastMail.FM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opera_Software http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norway


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Yahoo! Groups can be used for small mailing lists/groups.


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I strongly recommend Nabble. Its one of the best email groups I have ever seen. Major open source projects host their mailing lists on Nabble - e.g., R, OSGeo, PostgreSQL etc. It's Free, Simple and Embeddable. Also it provides web-interface to post questions to mailing lists provided you register on Nabble and subscribe to the mailing list. One can have ...


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Unfortunately that feature is not available in the Gmail interface. This type of thing is what makes me not want to use it as a primary personal service... I ran across the feature request at one point on the support site, but I can't find the exact one now. Here's one from the Google Apps Help Forums.


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Gmail will only forward to verified addresses. It might be more appropriate to setup a mailing list, such as provided by Yahoo groups, where people can sign up and receive your updates in their inbox. You send email to the group inbox, and it is sent to all the subscribers adresses. You can set it so that the owner is the only member allowed to send ...



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