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I believe that you have forwarded all your mails from 123@ to abc@. Now don't have access to 123@ and wanted to send mail from abc@ with from address as @123. For the above you can send mail from abc@ having from address as 123@ and it will be delivered as you expect


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I had been having this same problem as well. I saw a tweet that said if you have email notifications disabled, it won't send. Hopefully that will fix the problem. It didn't fix mine but it fixed several others'.


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The easiest thing would be to use Google Groups. Simply create a group, and then everybody who joins gets an email when you send one out. However, it's best you go for a service dedicated to this purpose. I think you can get a free MailChimp account since you don't have that many emails.


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There is no way hard and fast way to send bulk email through Gmail - even using Google apps - Google does not like it and blocks it. A service like http://flashissue.com that integrates directly into your Gmail inbox will add the ability to send bulk email. The emails are actually routed through the Flashissue servers behind the scenes. It does mean that ...


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There is no way hard and fast way to send bulk email through Gmail - even using Google apps - Google does not like it and blocks it. A service like http://flashissue.com that integrates directly into your Gmail inbox will add the ability to send bulk email. The emails are actually routed through the Flashissue servers behind the scenes. It does mean that ...


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i do exactly this with FastMail using the inexpensive "Enhanced" level; FastMail has flexible, trainable spam filtering, which works on all "accounts" at the domain; i can also send out from FastMail with any account at the domain (i edit the From address in Thunderbird, and use a virtual identity extension) the domains are registered and web hosted ...


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This is not instant. Depending on the size of your archive and the current processing queue, it will take some time before you receive the email. When your download is ready, we'll send an email with a download link to the confirmed email address associated with your Twitter account. Please note: It may take a few days for us to prepare the ...


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The site www.unroll.me can help you unsubscribe from marketing email databases that you have unwittingly signed up for. Some email accounts aren't supported, but gmail is so you'll be fine.


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Well, every subscribed newsletter has an "Unsubscribe" link in the footer. Try that for all the spam messages you get. Also you could do one more thing. Check the domain name from the sender's email address. Gmail has a feature of filtering emails. Add a filter to that domain and check the value "Move to Trash". That way all the new spam messages from ...


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A simple solution if you already have a server (e.g. VPS): set up a mail server (for example Postfix) to forward incoming e-mail to Gmail, and set up Gmail to route outgoing e-mail through your mail server. Here's a quick tutorial: http://seasonofcode.com/posts/custom-domain-e-mails-with-postfix-and-gmail-the-missing-tutorial.html


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Please ask your friend to enable to SSL in her yahoo mail account settings. Since then each and every mail will be sent over SSL connection which would filter all spaming activity with her Email ID. To do so, click the gear wheel in the upper right corner, select “Mail Options,” go to “Advanced Settings,” and click “Turn on SSL” as shown in the screenshot ...


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Searching for "label:snoozed" lists Inbox snoozed emails in Gmail. But snoozed does not seem to behave like any normal label in gmail as you can not apply it other emails.


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"Snoozing" messages is analogous to Archiving messages in Gmail. The difference is that the new Inbox app will effectively unarchive messages and trigger a reminder at the specified time. Open the menu (three horizontal lines in the top-left corner) and click "Snoozed" to see a list of these messages. Lifehacker recently published a very helpful article ...


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Service There is some basic Github/Twitter integration in standard Github Services. Go to repository settings. Select Webhooks/Services from menu on left. There using Add Service drop-list button you can add Twitter service. Configuration is minimal, and twit is created for almost every commit, but it might be just enoug. And there is similar thing for ...


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You can reply to private messages originally sent to you via facebook chat/inbox via email, you can also reply to messages you receive that originated in Facebook groups via email. In my experience, most other facebook posts and notifications that you get via email cannot be replied to via email. I expect Facebook do it this way because they don't get any ...



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