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I'm afraid no, there is no setting in Gmail to change the reply indicator from "Re:" to "RE:".
Google is promoting Hangouts, which is now their default settings. You can always revert to the older layout. Look at the bottom left corner of your browser and click on the "Revert to the old chat" link This will take you to your familiar layout:
I'm afraid you cannot. Every mail client has their own way of putting message details as part of the quoted reply. Some clients may allow you to change that. There is no way to configure the Gmail web client to quote replies a different way. If you want to do that, you'll need to use a different client (such as Outlook).
You don't need to mark those messages already received as spam. But if you did for any reason, just move it to Inbox (not spam) and block it again. Plus Gmail deletes spam messages after 30 days, so don't worry about it.
Actually you canNOT. For security reasons the original gmail account (google domain) will always be shown. In your case the best thing to do would be to use your email@example.com account as your main account, create there an alias as firstname.lastname@example.org and have either email checked from that account or everything forwarded from your original lolz@gmail ...
Your screen shot shows you're looking at the Primary tab. Conversations categorized as Social or Promotions are also in the Inbox, but are displayed on the matching tab.
...that does not seem to be possible in the current Gmail interface. Correct. So what you have to do is: Revert to the "Old Contacts" by leaving the "Contacts Preview" screen. After that you just follow the steps you already know and are familiar with. I will go through them though, just in case. Go to your email and copy the recipient list by ...
This question has been answered here, but I'm unable to close it because of the bounty. In short, you may use Gmail's SMTP server for your alias address, as long as you have enabled two-factor authentication.
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