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If you setup your mail client to use IMAP instead of POP access, all those things will happen automatically for you. eg Read status, deletes, folder moves etc will all be replicated back to gmail. Here's how to set it up: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=78799
Don't delete it from your inbox. Archive it. Seriously it is that simple. You can put a label on the email if you want. When you archive the email the inbox label is removed. If it has no other label it will still be in "All Mail" and in "Sent Mail".
In Google Apps you can restrict delivery.
You can do that using a Filter. Steps to follow: Go to setting page of GMail. Click on the Filters Tab. Click on "Create a new filter" buton. In the "From" field write "*@box432.bluehost.com" (without " " - if your mails are comming from addresses like email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com etc...) Click on the "Next ...
The reason is because Google has not created any functionality in their Google Calendar APIs for doing anything with tasks. Without an API for this, applications would have to screen-scrape, which is a pain and is inconvenient. Many developers want such an API, so such functionality will probably be added soon. Until then, there's not much you can do. ...
From the web interface, select a few of these spammy mails & click the Report Spam button.
It will be in your All Mail folder. If it is a new email it will be there on it's own, if it is a reply or forward it will be threaded with the original email that you replied to or forwarded. If you use IMAP instead of POP3 (at least in Thunderbird, not sure about Outlook) you can set it to place the sent items in your GMail sent item on the server.
Gmail automatically links related messages together as a 'conversation'. This includes the messages you send and all replies received, your replies to those replies, and so on. It's a handy feature. If you open any message in the conversation and click the 'delete' button at the top, the entire conversation gets deleted. But if you open a particular ...
So, you are effectively looking for a web-based version of Thunderbird. Well, it seems that someone has started an open-source Google Code project named webtdb with this exact purpose, but it does not seem to have progressed very far yet. If you are willing to consider non-free closed-source solutions, then Outlook Web App (part of Microsoft Office 365) ...
You may find what you are looking for at Outlook.com. Here is a view of the Email Options/Settings panel:
There's any way to give all the messages in tabs an specific IMAP label to see them from Thunderbird? Unfortunately, this isn't possible yet.
Just add your Google Apps account to Thunderbird using IMAP. Drop all your email from your pop account into an Apps folder. Your email should upload to that label.
Yes, as long as the e-mail address is verified in your Gmail account and you are able to send messages from it using Gmail's regular web interface. Just add a new account to Thunderbird with the appropriate name and e-mail address and configure it to use smtp.gmail.com with your usual credentials. Note that if you attempt to use a From: address that hasn't ...
They say: Group gmane.comp.lang.scala.user Description A more relaxed list for questions and discussions () Address firstname.lastname@example.org Status posting allowed Url http://scala-lang.org/ http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.scala.user Instead of Thunderbird, try Pan. You can still use Thunderbird if you like. What ...
There is no way for you to do this directly, however you can indirectly make it happen by using the web interface to select a bunch of them and mark them as spam. Seriously after you select enough of them and mark them as spam consistently when they come in, they will get blocked upstream from your account. It's not an instant magic fix, you are going to ...
I haven't tried this, but it might work. You can enable the LAB advanced imap controls and then under labels uncheck show in imap for the thrash label. You wouldn't get the online thrash folder available in Thunderbird and therefore not all the flooding mails. How good this will work for you depends on how you have configured your Thunderbird alas if ...
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