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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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Some of this will depend on your personal settings. Assuming yours are close to mine, here's one way to do what you want to do. Reply to the message (as normal) Click the button that looks like an ellipsis at the bottom of your reply pane. (If you hover your mouse it will tell you that it will "Show trimmed content") This will expand the quoted text ...


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The feature is called email delegation The following is a snapshot of the available options when setting up email delegation: Go to Settings > Accounts and Import Select Leave conversation unread when opened by others For further details, see the help article in references. References Set up mail delegation - Gmail Help.


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Short Answer Go to http://myaccount.google.com and Remove Gmail permanently. This will remove Gmail address as the primary email address of your account and later will allow you to choose another Gmail address, if you like to do so. Remarks Once a Gmail address is added to a Google Account, it becomes the primary email address for that account. Acording ...


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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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Was your original Google account created with a gmail address (eg youngster@gmail.coem)? If so, then I don't believe that there is one solution for this. Instead, you need to transfer ownership of the artifacts created by each individual service to the new account. This is more than just taking a copy of the data and making it available to the 2nd ...


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From Check email from other accounts with Gmail - GMail Help You can add up to 5 accounts, including Gmail and other email providers. One alternative is, instead of using POP to get the email messages, configure the other accounts to automatically forward the new email messages to your Gmail account.



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