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I have seen that it is possible to label e-mails by using tags in the e-mail address. For example if my address is myaddress@gmail.com then it is possible to send e-mail like myaddress.offer@gmail.com where offer is a tag. How to enable this feature in Gmail?

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Gmail supports address tags using the + separator. This is always enabled, however, there is no automatic labelling – you have to manually create filter rules to match each "To:" address.

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