New answers tagged google-contacts
You cannot add a Google Contacts group to another group directly. Groups do not nest (kind of like how Gmail labels do not nest if you have not activated nesting in Labs). However, we don't need to add users to BIG one-by-one either. You have a couple options, actually. The Easy Way The most direct, and probably easiest for most circumstances, is to ...
Well, you have a couple of difficulties there. If the blog is private, is there a public RSS feed that IFTTT could see? If so, then the New Feed Item on the Feed could be used. Otherwise, the Blogger channel has a new item trigger. I'm not a Blogger user so I can't definitively say that it can work with a private blog. IFTTT needs to be able to see it. ...
You cannot do it directly. Only via API within Google services. However, there are tools. The tool we have used is FlashPanel. You can get it in the Google Apps Marketplace. Right now it is completely free. It is my understanding they are planning to make a free and paid version.
Currently, Gmail always shows the contact information that is included in the mail. F.e. if someone sends you an e-mail from "Foo Bar <firstname.lastname@example.org>", and you have that person in your contacts under the name "Lovely Fee <email@example.com>", it will still show the information Foo decided itself to include in the mail. I believe that there is a ...
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