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I think the solution is on the "Discussions" page of your Meetup group. Click on "Stop tracking this message board" and you're done.


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Things 'went wrong' at the beginning. You can't use italics in a plain text document. Asterisks are often used to show emphasis, which is what italics should be doing. No, there is no way for you to assert your email preferences on someone else's email client. It's possible they are receiving your emails fine, but may just be sending plain text. There is ...


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You need to filter on the delivered-to header. Fortunately, Gmail allows you to do that. Use the advanced search flag in the "has the words" field for your filter. For example: deliveredto:layke+blind@example.com You can probably even shorten it to deliveredto:blind but you may get too many false positives. I have a few similar filters for just ...


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The whole idea of bcc is that the recipients don't see who is on bcc. That includes all receivers, even the ones on bcc. So when the email to yourself arrives, you are not on bcc anymore, as it is not shown to anyone. You can use cc: for the effect you want, and the receiver mailbox will know that you are on cc: and can handle rules to it. But then everyone ...


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Connect both accounts into Outlook or something like that with IMAP (and not POP3), and then drag and drop the emails from one inbox into the other. I do that every day, no problems. Expect some time for the processing, as IMAP synchronizes on the server too, so the content basically flows from server 1 (with mail account 1) to your PC to server 2 (with ...


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You can add the gmail account (or any other account, like hotmail) in Outlook as a further account, mapped through IMAP. It will show up as a further inbox, you can then select and drag-'n-drop all the emails in one step from one of the Inboxes (or 'Sent' boxes) to any other. Be aware that it takes a bit of time, as the moving (or copying, if you hold down ...



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