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According to Google: older_than, newer_than — Similar to older and newer, but allows relative dates using d, m, and y for day, month, and year Example: newer_than:2d Meaning: Finds messages sent within the last two days. With this you can create a filter deleting these, and even only the mails in a specific label. Source.


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You could use CloudHQ Cloud HQ offers services to sync Dropbox, Basecamp, Evernote, Google Docs, SugarSync, and Box. In addition, if you purchase an Enterprise tier account you will be able to manage multiple user accounts, Google Apps Admin, and Dropbox for Teams. I honestly don't know how I landed on this question but I just took a test run on CloudHQ ...


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Why not simple search, select and delete? Example, you want to delete all mails before 1st January 2009. So you search Gmail for - before:2009/1/1 (You can search for anything and rest of this answer would still work) That returns all the mails in inbox before 1st january 2009 - Now you select all mails in the current page by ticking this box - ...


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Google Reader doesn't have an official API at present. Various sources have suggested that one is/was intended, but seven years on there is still nothing. Currently everyone is using the 'unofficial' API - a reverse engineering of the various AJAX calls the Google Reader web app makes. As with the recent sudden disappearance of the unofficial Google ...


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Inside Google Cloud Console: Open the project, go to APIs & auth > Registered apps on the left. Click on Register App, enter name and choose platform (for e.g. Web Application). On the next page, open Certificate and click on Generate Certificate and download the .p12 private key. Don't forget to note the email address and password that appear when ...


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Setting up a conditional column and sheet. Pros: quick and dirty. Cons: you need to keep watching out if check changes fro FREE to FULL (added a conditional markup when it hits FULL ==> colored red). Logic needs tobe copied accordingly. See example I've prepared: conditional column/sheet


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If you have 10,000 emails sitting in google, deleting 8,000 of them 20 at a time is not a fun option. An easier option if you have a very large amount of email is to get a free email client such as Thunderbird and set it up to delete mail older than X number of days. If you want to keep mail longer than the limit in the email client, set it to delete from ...


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hnear is the location which should be used as a reference location and searched nearby. So if it has washington as value, it'll search for places near Washington. source and tab are not only for Google Maps. They are just two of few flags Google uses in their variety of products to track the usage of the user. Hence, of course, Google doesn't document them. ...


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Finally found the solution!! I came across this app last week and so far its been working flawlessly. Backupgoo by FinalFrontierLabs. It backs up Docs, Emails, Contacts and Calendar to offline formats (.eml, vcard, docx etc) Its compatible with Apps accounts that have multiple domains (ie. a primary domains, and other secondary domains) Uses OAuth to ...


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If you want to find out what articles are most relevant to your query, then Google Scholar already does a pretty good job in sorting them. If the search query is rather broad (for example "Schrödinger") then the result list will mostly be sorted by the number of citations. If your query is rather narrow, on the other hand (for example "nonlinear ...


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http://www.harzing.com/pop.htm Some points: this only is reliable if your search returns fewer than 1000 results you can chop your search up and combine the pieces via CSV files and excel, to sort a larger search PoP also sorts by 'cites per year', which removes the bias in favor of older articles, which have had more time to accrue citations. However, ...


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From: How to export Google search results You could try using Google AJAX Search API. For example querying the URL http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/web?v=1.0&q=Svick will give you results for my username in JSON. But it is deprecated http://code.google.com/apis/websearch


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Do you have to use Google? I've read very good things about Yahoo's BOSS. And it provides the simple output (XML) you need.


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According to a Google employee in this thread, Google Maps is "not contractually allowed to expose the high quality Israel data in the API at this time." I am assuming this is for security reasons. You can keep track of their Map coverage here.



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