New answers tagged gmail-filters
Use the minus sign to make a negative rule. You can also string rules together by just leaving a space between separate rules. For example: from:firstname.lastname@example.org -from:email@example.com or you can do things like is:unread -in:spam -in:trash
No, you can't create categories with Gmail (yet). You could try the multiple inboxes feature, but it feels a bit primitive compared to tabs. Multiple Inboxes (MI) is a Gmail Labs feature. It requires switching off the standard category tabs (i.e., only one default inbox view). You can then have custom search results listed above/below/beside this main ...
First of all select the circle you want the person in. Then select any of the mail of that person and filter messages which have come from that person. After that create a filter and check "Skip the Inbox" and "Also apply filter to matching conversations." This will send all emails from that person into that circle and from the next time any mail from that ...
In Gmail search for the following: in:spam д|ж|и Add other Cyrylic only letters as you desire to get the results you need.
A filter on "imaill." will probably suffice, assuming that you don't have legitimate messages with that string. (Like, communication from your ISP responding to your phishing report.) Matches: "imaill." Do this: Mark as read, Delete it That's probably a bit too broad, though. Google's Advanced Search operators for Gmail are a little light on the ...
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