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I can think of two options available, neither of which are elegant: Add a -to:my-team@example.com to all the other filters that may archive the message. Use a variation of the above but instead of hard-coding the address, add a descriptive label. There's no option to send an email to the inbox via a filter. Your only option is to prevent the message from ...


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Yahoo mail offers this as a feature of Mail Plus that is available at an extra cost.


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There are two ways to get to the rules page: On the left pane, where it says, Inbox, Folders, Quick Views, and Messenger, if you hover your cursor over Folders, a cog will appear in the highlighted area. Click the cog and go to Manage Rules. You can click on Options > More Options > Customizing Hotmail > Rules for sorting new messages


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This is not really an exact answer but might be a good workaround, One of the cool features in Gmail Labs is called "Multiple Inboxes" You can set a new pane where the query is "to:my-team@example.com is:unread", so the emails will appear in the inbox, in a separated pane.


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Gmail filters act on incoming messages, not outgoing. (Gmail support: Using filters). However, you can ameliorate those "oh no" moments by turning on the "Undo Send" lab in Gmail Labs. Gmail Blog: New in Labs: Undo Send Essentially, this "holds" a message for up to 30 seconds to give you a changes to hit "Undo" and pull it back before it's truly gone. ...


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Without paying for Mail Plus, you have two options: Create an extra email address instead of a separate account. You can do this in Options → Mail Accounts → Additional Email Adress. Enable auto-response. In Options → Vacation Response, you can configure an automatic response that tells everyone who sends you an email that your address has ...


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I don't think such widget exists in Gmail. You may have better luck making it yourself. See this link for more info


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Set "B" as your default "Send mail as" option inside Gmail settings. Then, there is an option for "When receiving a message" and select the second option "Always reply from the default address".


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I finally located the correct page, under "Rules for sorting new messages". It's on ManageRules.aspx.



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