I have two Gmail accounts, one is personal, the other is business. I have enabled forwarding on the business one, so I get those mails to my personal email account. Sometimes I delete some e-mails from my personal account which have been forwarded from the business account, but they are not deleted from the business account. I want the actions I take in my personal mail to be synced to my business account. Is there a way to do this?
You can't sync between accounts. Sync works between an e-mail client on your computer or mobile device and the account on the server (using IMAP). But forwarding or POP fetching can not sync between server accounts.
Thanks for the answer. So this means there is no workaround for this ? Jan 19, 2015 at 22:40
This Chrome extension may work for you: Gmail Label and Email Sharing
Thanks, man. This is a pretty old thread and I wonder how you stumbled upon it)) I checked out the extension you shared and it seems pretty solid, thanks. But I think removing an e-mail from a label won't delete it from the other party's email as well, just remove it from the label, or will it? Have you tried this extension yourself? Sep 27, 2019 at 18:47
The fix I used was I set my old business e-mail to forward all its received mails to my new personal e-mail without leaving a copy. Now the old e-mail's inbox is always empty and I receive everything in my new e-mail. Sep 27, 2019 at 18:50