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Try using deliveredto instead of from For example you can use deliveredto:email@example.com to find emails forwarded from firstname.lastname@example.org (as you pointed in your question, you used aliases as forwarding address, so you can make use of them)
Use the deliveredto: search keyword. Search for messages within a particular email address in the Delivered-To line of the message header Example: deliveredto:email@example.com Meaning: Any message with firstname.lastname@example.org in the Delivered-To: field of the message header (which can help you find messages forwarded from another account or ones sent ...
To make sure Gmail never filters as spam mail from a certain contact or domain (also known as whitelisting): Click the Show search options downward-pointing triangle in your Gmail's main search field. Type the desired email address under From. To whitelist an entire domain (all mail from an address ending in "aboutguide.com", for example), type the just ...
You can use a filter to identify the incoming emails and then one of the things you can do besides adding labels is to automatically assign the message to a category.
I believe you want the deliveredto: search operator. Gmail advanced search deliveredto: Search for messages within a particular email address in the Delivered-To line of the message header Example: deliveredto:email@example.com Meaning: Any message with firstname.lastname@example.org in the Delivered-To: field of the message header (which can help ...
Include an additional filter criteria to exclude messages where the subject contains (or starts with ) "Re:"?
While not exactly what you are looking for, consider the Gmail Labs "delayed send" option. It gives you at the very least a short "undo" window.
Filters are something that happen when an email is received, not sent - so what you ask for isn't possible with Gmail.
utilityinbox.com works as an email server and provides mailing services to it's client. So it's different client's can send you marketing mails. Currently you cannot create a filter by yourself but marking it spam might help you and gmail as it's marks the ip address of the sender as spam rather than the email address. Even you can opt to remove ...
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