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Filter You can create a filter that will act on all messages that are not labeled by any of the filters listed above this one (filters are processed in the order listed). Just create a filter entering in the field "Has Text" the following: has:nouserlabels Potential issue: You have to make sure this filter is the last one on the list of filters. When I ...


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You can use the Gmail Auto-forward script bound to a Google Sheet. In Gmail, you create a filter that marks all matching emails with a filter. On the sheet side, specify that label name and the forward address and it will send them automatically.


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Here is a script that may help with the issue. It takes the sender and subject of the 1st message in every inbox thread, and runs a search for them. There isn't a search parameter for the body of the message, so instead every candidate message is compared to the inbox message. If a match is found, its state is determined and the inbox message is treated ...


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Short answer It's not possible to apply filters to outgoing messages. Alternatives Apply a label to your outgoing messages before you send them. See How can I get GMail to make the default address I'm sending an email from be the same as the To address in a reply?


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You can use Google Script to search the Reply-To: field in the header and route messages to different folders if they do not match the domain in the From: field. Here's a sample snippet for searching the Raw Header of a message via scripts. function searchGmailByMessageHeader() { var threads = GmailApp.getInboxThreads(); for (var t in threads) { ...


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You can use Google Script to perform exact matches in Gmail. See: Advanced Gmail Filters with Apps Scripts function filterGmail() { var threads = GmailApp.getInboxThreads(); for (var t in threads) { var subject = threads[t].getFirstMessageSubject(); if(subject.match(/REGEX HERE/) { // DO SOMETHING } } }


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If you don't get any legitimate email with UTF-8 in the subject line, then you could create a filter that catches everything with UTF-8 contained in the subject. Here's how: Go to Settings (on the right, near the top), then choose the Filters tab. Scroll to the bottom, and click on "Create a new filter." In the Subject part of the form, type UTF-8. Now ...


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Short answer Gmail doesn't include search features such wildcards or regular expressions. Alternatives Use the Gmail API, Google Apps Script or third party application that include search features like wildcards or regular expressions. References Search in Gmail - Gmail Help


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Gmail doesn't have a built-in feature to do that. Alternatives: turn on/off manually the filter use a third party app build your own app References Using filters - Gmail Help http://developers.google.com


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I think I've found a way to nearly do what you want. Before you start, set your view to show the maximum number of emails per page (ATMIT its 100 - do this on the General tab in Settings) Then select your Bin folder in GMail (It should say in:trash in the search box at the top) click into the search box at the end the text you want to search on. e.g. it ...



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