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The short answer is: no, you can't do this. The long answer: IFTTT does not have a regular expression scraper, at least as of this tweet: https://twitter.com/grmeyer/status/240888420677873664 IFTTT does not legitimately let you create your own THIS conditions or THAT actions. Illegitimately, you can use https://github.com/captn3m0/ifttt-webhook to ...


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Confused / Non-Technical / No Idea what to do? Try the following step by step, and thanks to http://webapps.stackexchange.com/a/47930/6329 step 1. drive.google.com step 2. new spreadsheet step 3. tools > script editor step 4. close the introduction pop up with the close button step 5. paste in the code function getEmails() { // ...


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I don't think you're going to be able to solve this purely with Gmail. You're going to need to use a third-party service. One thing that comes to mind is If This Then That. You could set up a recipe like this: Trigger (from the Gmail channel): New email in inbox from xxx@example.com (Alternatively, you can use the New email in inbox labeled or New email ...


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I'm afraid there isn't. The closest that you can get with straight-up Gmail is to Hit S to "star" the current message Hit N (or P) to move the focus to the Next (or Previous) message in the conversation Go to step #1; repeat until you run out of messages Not ideal for more than half-a-dozen or so messages, since when fully collapsed ("show X more ...


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You have several options: Switch the MX records away from Google Apps, but keep the account(s). Setup forwarding from the new provider, or IMAP/POP fetch from Gmail to the new provider, for the ones who still wants Gmail. Keep the MX records pointing to Google, remove the unwanted accounts, and set up split delivery. This will cause emails that are ...


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This is a major kludge, but will do the trick. First install the bookmarklet from this answer. javascript:window.location="https://gmail.com/#search/rfc822msgid:"+encodeURIComponent(window.document.body.innerHTML.match(/Message-ID: ...


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As long as you don't need to parse the contents of the subject line, you can do this with If This Then That. You'll need the Gmail and Google Drive channels. Specifically: Trigger Depending on how you're going to identify the incoming message, you'll use one of the following triggers: Any new email in inbox New email in inbox from New starred email in ...



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