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With Gmail as-is, no, there is no option to filter messages so that they're permanently deleted automatically. Frankly, I think this is a good thing, as Gmail filters can be very powerful. Could you imagine the kerfuffle if people had filters deleting messages from addresses that they actually wanted to receive without informing them or allowing them to ...


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The issue is that the star is associated with a message, not the entire conversation. So when you use: is:starred it returns all conversations where at least one message in the conversation has a star. -is:starred returns all conversations where at least one message is unstarred. Unfortunately when you look at the list in the GUI all the Conversations ...


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What you have tried should work. Although "officially" you should use the label: operator to search within a label, and labels are not case-sensitive. So, the following should also work: label:test -is:starred Note that if your label contains spaces then replace spaces with hyphens (-) in your search phrase. However, if you've enabled multiple stars then ...


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Unfortunately neither the GmailApp API nor the advanced Gamil API have any way to read your filters let alone what filters were applied to an email. Assigning each filter a unique label to assign will let you see their effects going forward. However there is one more way to look at your list of filters aside from the gmail settings. You can export the ...


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The email headers contain IP addresses that in certain cases could be used to know the geographic location of the user device and the servers used but this could not work for all cases like users using a web email client. In other words, it's possible but can't be reliably done for all senders. To do this you will require to use Google Apps Script or a ...



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