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Gmail doesn't do this. But if the emails do have text in the message, it can do it.
If you are using the Gmail web interface the answer is no, it's not an available option. However, you can bypass this restriction by sending an email using a script or any other tool where you can control the headers and using the Gmail SMTP to deliver the message. Every programming language allows you to write a script to deliver an email. There's also a ...
You are looking for resending rather than autoforwarding. Gmail only offers autoforwarding. However, some downloadable email clients offer a resend feature. You can download your Gmail messages to any email client of your choice using POP or IMAP.
I agree with @Andrew - Gmail won't handle this on its own. However, you could use an intermediary running procmail1, preprocess the mail and add something to the subject, or change its sender, so that it can be filtered secondarily in Gmail.
The solution was to use Foiply and set up two different accounts, one for the VERP and one for the actual From address. Also, I needed to setup a Gmail account to do the forwarding, since it uses a constant VERP, while VERP from Google Groups changes with each message. Steps: Create a team account on foiply.com. You need to support two incoming addresses, ...
Google Docs and Sheets add-ons1 or Google Apps Script could help solve this issue. Regarding add-ons, they could interact with the user Gmail mailbox, i.e., there is an add-on, Email Forwarder2, that allows to create rules to forward emails even of old messages and include options like "include headers" that could be helpful in this case. Add-ons are built ...
I believe Ring Central Fax will do what you want. I actually called them up to answer this question and here's the answers I got: While their site talks about attaching things to email and faxing them, they will fax the body of an email message (apparently as a / in lieu of a coversheet) The account has an address whitelist ... but the email addresses on ...
That's not going to be possible from within Gmail. The only way I can think to do it is to use a third-party email client (like Thunderbird) to export the messages to text files, edit them, then re-import them back into the email client, then add them to the Gmail account.
Generally you can't do that with most of the email clients and webmail software. The things you are trying to do are usually a result of email addresses / groups belonging to Microsoft Exchange.
You can use Thunderbird to edit and send email messages from your Gmail account. Here's an extension called Header Tools Lite that helps you modify the header info in your email message.
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