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I wouldn't really recommend contacting people outside of eBay—the restrictions are there for a reason! :) However, you could use http://scr.im or http://tinymailto.com/ which converts your email in to a standard HTTP URL. e.g. from this: myname.longlastname@my.university.example.net to this: http://tinymailto.com/abcd They also offer the ...


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Write your email backward says smashgods.com: moc.ilamtoh@nhoj Another idea: ig-pay atin-lay? omeone-say otmail-hay om-cay? Or, direct the person to a contact form on your website.


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You could create a filter, if you can find a search that will hit only the emails you want, and have all matching messages deleted? Or at least "never send to spam" but instead moved to a special folder if you want to review them too. I thought that maybe some characters that never show up in your language like ф peraps? But apparently Gmail doesn't search ...


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There is no setting for Mail that will allow you to receive the message instantly. The only other option will be to download one of Facebook native apps for a phone you own. Other alternatives outside the scope of this site will be to use programming with the Facebook API.


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Plus addressing is also known as address tags. How the local part (i.e. the user name of username@domain) is used and if there are any special meanings is dependent on the mail server used. qmail and Courier Mail Server support "-" as an address tag and Postfix allows you to configure an arbitrary separator. I started using "-" when I run my own qmail ...


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Create the template in your editor and view it in a browser. Then in the browser, select all, copy and paste into the Gmail compose window and save. This worked for me.


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A simple solution if you already have a server (e.g., VPS) is to set up your own forwarding / relay mail server: Set up a mail server program (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: ...


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Method 1: Manual, any list or client As mentioned priorly, you can do it manually: Click Reply and make sure your mail client quotes the original note. You get a reply including the entire digest, with a subject line something like "re css-d digest 2007-06-30". Scroll down to the note within the digest that you want to reply to. Delete everything before ...


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You can also do this if you have a hosting account and this is where the pop3/imap account is coming from. Follow the steps as per user41790's answer above, but instead of using IFTTT, create an autoresponder with your shared hosting and have your Gmail account forward there. This approach avoids having to create a new Gmail account & a new IFTTT ...


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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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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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