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I can think of two options available, neither of which are elegant: Add a -to:email@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 ...
Filters are processed in the order they exist in the list. This means that if a filter comes after another one, you can use one of these special filter criterias which it warns you about. For example, if you have a filter that stars a message, then you can have a rule below it use is:starred successfully. Some criteria is even applied automatically before ...
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
Yahoo mail offers this as a feature of Mail Plus that is available at an extra cost.
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:firstname.lastname@example.org is:unread", so the emails will appear in the inbox, in a separated pane.
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. ...
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 ...
I don't think such widget exists in Gmail. You may have better luck making it yourself. See this link for more info
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".
I finally located the correct page, under "Rules for sorting new messages". It's on ManageRules.aspx.
It's probably just a warning message for people unaware that those keywords are reserved and have special behavior.
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