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If you do this search repeatedly or generally appreciate brevity, you can use "l:unread" or even "l:^u" instead of "is:unread" (or "label:unread"). Of course, you can combine the quest for unread messages with others: "l:^u from:tim" finds all unread messages from "tim", "l:^u l:^t" finds all unread starred mail, "l:^u l:^k subject:hi" finds all unread ...
OK I seem to have found the issue. It seems that Google somehow updated its security policy this summer, and as a result, you have to First, use "add another email address" under JohnDoe@example.com to add teamA@example.com to JohnDoe@example.com, in which step you'll not be prompted to authenticate Then, go to your personal gmail and use "add another ...
There is no setting in Gmail that would do that, no. I suppose something like a Greasemonkey script might be crafted to do something like that.
You can set up forwarding the regular way, but of course that will no longer work if you close your Google Apps account. Once you close your account, any messages sent to it will be lost. If you have access to the DNS records for the domain, you can set it up to use a cheap/free email service, and forward messages from that service to your Gmail account.
As far as I know, yes, this is legitimate. I've had a few local business clients that have gotten these recently. Seems to require frequent access attempts from a unique but different IP address. And I think these emails only started being sent fairly recently - never seen them before this month.
You can make the Remove account button appear by logging out of one of the Google accounts that you are logged into.
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