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I'm looking for something in Gmail like '3456jdjdsnfg'. It is there as I can find it with the exact phrase. But if I search for 3456 it doesn't find anything.

Is there a way I can wildcard the search i.e. 3456*?

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  • That looks true but doesn't help me – f1wade Dec 7 '15 at 8:59
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You can also use Google Scripts to search for partial matches in Gmail. The script extracts the message body and performs the regex search.

  • This is phenomenal, but just last month I received 90,000-ish emails. The current limit for Google Apps is 50,000 Reads, and I need to search through years of data. Is there another option? – trex005 Dec 20 '16 at 0:49

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