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accepted How to block “via” senders in Gmail
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comment How to block “via” senders in Gmail
string.search() can do regex searching! Now my code works fine! Thanks for your help. Your answer has made me take interest in Google app scripts :) Until Google themselves come up with a feature to block via addresses, I will mark your answer as correct :)
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comment How to block “via” senders in Gmail
+1,Excellent workaround!! But I couldn't find the "X-Forwarded-For" header. And other "headers-site names" are not in easily searchable formats. For example, "Return-Path: <campaign-value4shop-10213-2596-859268-pavan8085=gmail.com@mails.cratusservices.‌​in>". The culprit domain "mails.cratus.." is embedded inside the header data. Can we use regular expressions to search for strings inside the headers? As of now, I am directly searching for "mail.cratus.." which is good enough for me, but may lead to false positives in future.
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comment How to block “via” senders in Gmail
@JMax Thanks for the reply. Though not every mail, but I used to mark many such mails as Spam. And thanks for reminding me about the unsubscribe trap!
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