I have a custom bundle set up based on a "to" address. However, there are certain emails sent to this address that I want to exclude from the bundle (since they get bundled to another, lower-priority bundle). Is there a way to do that? I tried this suggestion but it didn't work... :(

Essentially looking for something like:

Bundle: My Billing Bundle
  - To: billing@example.com      # everything to billing
  - From: -service@paypal.com    # EXCEPT for stuff from PayPal

Here's what I've tried:

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And it's not working (I've also tried swapping the order of those two rules). It sends all of my email to the bundle except for the stuff from PayPal.

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    Inbox by Gmail was retired in April, 2019 and is no longer available. – ale Jul 4 at 21:04

You are adding them as two separate rules, they need to be combined into one rule. The behavior you want is AND.

1) Click "ADD"


2) Note the second box, labeled "And..."

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3) Add -service@paypal.com to "From"

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4) Click "And..." and then select "To" and add billing@directangular.com

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5) You should see *from* -service@paypal.com *and to* billing@directangular.com in ONE RULE, instead of having them separated like you showed in your screenshot.

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  • So the from - works for you in conjunction with a to? - alone works for me as well, it just doesn't work when there's also a to... – mgalgs Feb 19 '18 at 23:22
  • @mgalgs I looked into this more closely and believe I've now solved your issue. See updated answer. – JBallin Feb 19 '18 at 23:49

Try changing -service@paypal.com to !service@paypal.com

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