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Nov
5
comment How do I filter messages that are sent to a single recipient?
If an email is sent to two of your addresses, does gmail treat it as two separate emails for filtering purposes? If so, my solution will work. If not, it won't. Anyone know for sure? I'm too lazy to test :)
Nov
4
comment Why does IFTTT dislike this RSS feed?
@jonsca Waiting to see if IFTTT accepts the revised, validated feed. So far, the logs show it hasn't tried to access the feed since I fixed it.
Nov
3
comment Why does IFTTT dislike this RSS feed?
@AlE. D'oh! Found several errors, working to fix them now, thanks! Was hoping IFTTT would've caught them at 'add' time, but apparently not.
Nov
3
asked Why does IFTTT dislike this RSS feed?
Nov
1
comment Post email replies to the Google Group
So, something like a filter: when someone in HR sends an email, a copy is automatically sent to everyone in HR? For my original idea, you could use a templated sig file and train HR to put their name in a specific place in the template when answering.
Nov
1
comment Post email replies to the Google Group
Instead of having hr@domain.com being a forward, could you turn it into a single account where any HR person could login (shared passwords are a bad idea, but perhaps OK here) and thus see all the received and sent mail to/from that account? Or is that what HR is objecting to?
Oct
31
comment Post email replies to the Google Group
If the HR department is also using gmail, can you add "Reply-to: hr@domain.com" and/or add hr@domain.com as a 2nd address that they can post from? Of course, they'll still have to remember to use that address when replying. A third possibility would be have to them just login as hr@domain.com when answering/sending email?
Oct
31
comment Emails from unknown sender with attachment
Could you give us the IP address of the "strange place"? It might have been some Google internal funniness that you're not supposed to see, especially if the IP addresses were 10., 192.168., etc.
Oct
31
comment How do I filter messages that are sent to a single recipient?
Create a filter for marketing.myorg@gmail.com that deletes everything and a filter for engineering.myorg@gmail.com that forwards to where ever you want? Obviously, test this before putting it into production use, it may not work.
Oct
30
comment Why doesn't my Tumblr blog show up when I search Tumblr?
Right now, I'm getting empty search results for EVERY search on tumblr!
Oct
30
comment Specific word in twitter account
ifttt.com might be able to do this.
Oct
28
comment Sharing a location URL for a list
I just tried it on the welcome board, and hovering over the list gives me the URL "trello.com/c/TuXvFIXt/6-or-checklists"; which takes me straight to the list. Of course, your URL will be different.
Oct
28
suggested rejected edit on Sharing a location URL for a list
Oct
28
comment Google Docs — How to do lossless exporting?
What does "paste the item..." do?
Oct
27
comment Google Docs — How to do lossless exporting?
What does "email as attachment" do?
Oct
26
comment How can I use a custom domain alias with Gmail?
mailjet.com and mailgun.com are two possibilities.
Oct
23
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Oct
21
revised Is there a way to automatically extract (e.g. regex) information (e.g. prices) from emails (e.g. on Gmail)?
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Oct
21
answered Is there a way to automatically extract (e.g. regex) information (e.g. prices) from emails (e.g. on Gmail)?
Oct
20
comment Is there any URL pattern I can use to open citymapper.com with a search predefined?
You can use Google Maps API to look up the latitude/longitude and then submit to citymapper, which is pretty much what citymapper is doing anyway: googlegeodevelopers.blogspot.com/2013/06/…