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I need to manage better my email into Gmail. I can receive two possible email messages: one for confirmation and the latter for rejection. A rejection email will come after a previous confirmation.

Basically, when I receive a confirmation email (the term confirmation is enclosed within the email text) I should organize that email in a dedicated folder 'Confirmation' (with a label). When I receive a rejection I should organize the rejection email with rejection label and delete the related confirmation.

The text in bold is the most important part that I don't know how to address.

Is it possible with Gmail, perhaps with a Google script?

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Unfortunately, no, you can't do what you want with Gmail filters alone. You can organize the various messages, but there's no way to get Gmail to automatically delete a different email message with a filter.

There may be a third-party add-on that will do something like this, but asking (and answering) questions for recommendations is beyond this site's scope.

  • Thank you for your reply. Do you think it possible by mking use of Google GMAIL API? – user3043636 Mar 29 '18 at 17:12
  • Maybe, but then that's a programming problem, and similarly off-topic here. – ale Mar 29 '18 at 17:14

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