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I would set them all up to forward to the main account that you wish to keep. Then any mail sent to any of those accounts would only go to the one that you'll be checking every day. Thus, all of your contacts would be in the same place and people who may not have an updated record of your main email address would still be able to reach you. See this link ...


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There is a difference in policy when it comes to regular Gmail and Google Apps. While in regular Gmail, you can use most symbols such as @, &, %, and +, these cannot be used in a Google Apps account. Google Apps Guidelines: https://support.google.com/a/answer/33386?hl=en Gmail: ...


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Unfortunately not. Even though careers@ is an alias, Google Apps sees it as an existing address. Incoming emails would not know which is the correct careers@. If you were to create a group with the name careers@ you would get the same error. You need to delete the alias and then create careers@'s own account. ...


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The most generic solution which should work for every address/mail provider and every Google group is send a mail to [Group Name]+subscribe@googlegroups.com [http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-subscribe-or-join-google-groups-without-google-account/ ] Some Groups seem to be restricted to mails registered to the Google account. An example is the ...


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You can forward the email to multiple users, Sharing is not secure and that can your account accessed by others.


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I happened to need this feature to "reference" an old email with my colleagues. And I managed to do this with "rfc822msgid:" search operator. Copy the Message-ID from the header of the message you want to reference, then search for it. For example, the Message-ID is abcdefg and you can search for rfc822msgid:abcdefg in the Gmail search box. Gmail will ...



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