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You'll need to check what's appearing in the X-Apparently-To header. On the email message: Click "More" Select "View Full Header" Full header popup will appear There should be a recognisable email address in the "X-Apparently-To" line which will point to which email address was originally used to sign up for that mailing list or group email. This ...


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After nearly giving up, I finally figured out how. I used the Chrome Developer Tools, but you should be able to use any Dev WYSIWYG editor. On the settings page where you have the option to use the Rich Text Editor for your signature, use the Dev Tools to inspect the text area. Now you can simply edit the HTML within the signature directly! To get my work ...


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Try going to Settings - Accounts and Import - Send mail as. Select "Reply from the same address the message was sent to" You still can change the address you want to reply with before sending the email. I tried this myself and works fine.


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No. I can think of two alternatives. You can reply/forward the messages to yourself (after editing the reply). If you change the subject you can "break" the conversation (or simply delete the original message after your reply/forward). The other is to set up an IMAP client to your Gmail mailbox. Some of those will allow for editing messages already ...


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Go to My Account - Sign-in & Security - Device Activity & notifications and remove those devices or break the sessions or whatever it says.


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The button to insert an hyperlink is in the dropdown menu. Just Click on the V button:



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