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All around technology geek.


Sep
16
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
Given what @Phong posted and I tried ('is' instead of 'in'), this might work too, his solution gave me the same warning but it actually works. If that's the case, this answer doesn't deserve a downvote.
Sep
16
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
I just tried this and it appears to work! I'll go a few more hours or so and if it all behaves the way I want, I'll mark this as the correct answer. As a side note, the reason I'm getting so many of these is that this account is the default for all unkown addresses for my domain (*@mydomain.com), I do that so I can receive and filter <username>-<foldername>@mydomain.com. I've been using the '-' extension for years and it's too painful to switch to '+' in all the various places.
Sep
14
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
I'm not sure I understand, are you say I can do this all in one account? If so, than that runs into the same problem that @Fogest has, which is that "in" and "is" words won't work on incoming mail.
Sep
13
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
This is closes to what I want. It gives me a quick way to constantly clean up the obvious stuff. I should point out that you need to be in "Classic Inbox" view to see the multiple inboxes. This doesn't work with "Priority" inbox types.
Sep
12
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
But, that's not what my question asked for. I'm looking for: GMail think this is spam AND (vigara OR cilais)
Sep
12
comment How can I auto-delete some spam from Gmail?
This won't affect incoming mail. Gmail won't let you use labels (in:spam) to affect incoming mail. I have updated my question to make it clear I'd like to affect incoming mail so it never hits the spam folder.