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Someone emailed me multiple times using different subjects. In chronological order, let's refer to them as Email1, Email2, and Email3. If I reply to Email3, Gmail will automatically put Email3's body in block quotes below my message. How can I make that block quote additionally contain a nested block quote of Email2 and within that, contain a deeper nested block quote of Email1, with each layer having the

On <day of the week>, <date> at <time> <name> <email address> wrote:

information at the correct depth, as if all messages were part of the same thread?

  • different titles meaning different subjects? if so then thats not possible. – user0 Dec 27 '18 at 23:47
  • @user0 Yes, I meant subjects. It's possible to manually create a block quote using the block quote button on any text I enter or copy/paste. This doesn't depend on whether the quoted text is in the email to which I am replying. It's also possible to copy/paste the timestamp above the block quote. I just need nested block quotes. – CodeBricks Dec 27 '18 at 23:55
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    i.imgur.com/9JeJtDF.png ...it can be copypasted: i.imgur.com/NaoBszF.png – user0 Dec 28 '18 at 0:19

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