I have a couple of Gmail accounts (one personal Gmail and a couple of work Google Apps accounts) and sometimes, I mistakenly send an email and start a conversation from the wrong account. What is the best way to move it to where it belongs?
The two ways I am using at the moment but am not entirely happy about:
- Forward the email. That is not really moving the original emails from one inbox to another, it creates a new mail with the original conversation embedded which reads uglier, can mess up Reply To email addresses etc.
- Drag&drop the emails in some IMAP client from one inbox to another. This properly moves the emails but I haven't found a good IMAP client to be honest - something like Thunderbird will start downloading everything from my inboxes which is a behavior I wasn't able to suppress.
I think the ideal solution would be some "web-based IMAP client" that would allow me to connect both of my inboxes and then do drag&drop on the web, without the need of installing any temporary software locally on my desktop.