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I have found the answer here. Resolution: In Calendar: Click the gear, select "Settings", Find the "Automatically add invitations to my calendar" section, Set its value to "No, only show invitations to which I have responded".


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Gmail uses Perl regex for searching. I think this string should do it. from:(/jobsnext((.)*\@yahoo\.in$)/) If you replace the dot with \d, you would only include digits, now it includes every possible string after the jobsnext.


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Use an alternate browser than your regular one Open a private browsing tab or window - all browsers have them (Chrome calls it "Incognito window", for example) Browse to your spam folder and view messages - do not confirm the "show images" option! Close private tab - nothing got saved to your machine


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It doesn't look like this is currently possible. You could always just create another, separate label and have it sent to there. Something like a Spam 2 label. Once the spam builds up in this label, you can select all and click Report Spam to send it all away at once. Reference


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I forward all my mail from one of my Gmail accounts to another Gmail account, including what Gmail would normally filter to the Spam folder. I use the is:spam query with the Never send it to Spam rule in the inbound filter to allow spam to be forwarded. Do note the use of is rather than in. Therefore, I imagine you could do the same with the following ...


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Go to Settings, select "Filters". Scroll to the bottom and select "New filter". Put @domain.com in the from field. If you want it to only check email that have gone to spam, put in:spam in the has the words field. Now click "Create filter with this search": Now, an new window will appear. Tick "Delete it", then click "Create filter", and you ought to be ...


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Partial Answer You can transfer all your mails to gmail and manage your inbox from there. You will have to sacrifice Hotmail for this and use Gmail, if you already have a Gmail account then its good. Hotmail doesn't have as much setting and customization options as Gmail provides (IMHO), though I haven't use Hotmail so much, so I can't tell more about it. ...


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Gmail's spam filters aren't simply based on the Senders email address. And it is also dependent on other users flagging similar emails as spam. Gmail determines that a particular email is spam by seeing how the global gmail community sees that email. If all this spam / unwanted messages are coming from a single email address then you can set up a filter to ...


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Creating a bogus filter as detailed here should do the trick. Not copy-pasting the entire tutorial since I don't know if it (still) works.


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In Gmail, marking email as spam only marks it as spam for you, not for others. If Google determines a message is spam, it is based on algorithms that match certain tendencies and phrasing that suggest the message is spam. Google doesn't share this information under almost all circumstances. So, no, the message is not reported to outside companies.


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Use the "Report spam" button and won't worry. In time, Gmail figures out who is who.


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You could create a filter, if you can find a search that will hit only the emails you want, and have all matching messages deleted? Or at least "never send to spam" but instead moved to a special folder if you want to review them too. I thought that maybe some characters that never show up in your language like ф peraps? But apparently Gmail doesn't search ...


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The following steps will find e-mail that Gmail marks as spam and prevent it from going to the Spam "folder". This will then allow your your desktop client to download the e-mail and perform the spam filtering. This type of arrangement is often necessary if spammers send out e-mail using keywords that are legitimate for certain industries such as e-commerce, ...


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I believe this goes away if you are a premium user. Free users agree to the Terms of Service that allows them to do trickery like this. It is annoying, but remember that you are using a free service and you have to deal with annoyances like this.


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Not really, no. The only way is to use a unique email address on every single website and then see where (else) that address gets used. Some email providers let you use extended addressing where you append + and some string to your email username. For instance, if the CEO of Google wanted to know if his email address was being leaked by Yahoo, he might sign ...


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In Twitteriffic, to "Mute" users i.e hide their tweets from your search, follow the steps here But what I'd recommend you to use is Tweetdeck. It works on Windows or Mac as it's its pretty good client with good mute filers. Have a look at this screenshot: They won't be up showing on your TL anymore.


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I would use a web based service like http://www.xeams.com/ It's 100% free with a fast set up, and you could just take all those emails and forward them to have it filter.


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You could try POPing/IMAPing your email to an email client, using one of the various spam filter solutions. Back in the days before I was 100% using Gmail (2008?), I was a big fan of SpamPal under Windows. But it looks now to be a dead project (although there are some recent kudos on the sourceforge page, so I think it still might work). One caveat with ...


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I'm quite sure this is currently not possible from within Gmail. You can try to sync ALL your mail with f.e. Thunderbird or Outlook and look for a way to do the trick in that program, I don't know much of these so I don't know if it's possible with them. But I'm sure Gmail can't.



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