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I filter all mail received from the mail list mylist with this filter and label it for later reading:

Matches: list:(<mylist.example.com>)

I would like to modify this for this logic:

if the mailing list is <mylist.example.com>
AND if I am not a direct recipient

The intention being that "general" mail list traffic is labelled, but replies to the list and myself stay in my inbox.

How can I express this in a Gmail filter rule?

  • I, too, am curious about this exact filter. Any luck? – Nathan Williams Aug 21 '17 at 13:01
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I would expect that

{list:mylist1 list:mylist2} -to:myname@example.com

would do what you want. The - indicates a negative match, so should match messages from either of the lists where your email address does not appear in the to: field.

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 {list:mylist1 list:mylist2} to:myname@example.com is:unread 

This rule will find messages:

  • from mylist1 or mylist2
  • to myname@example.com
  • that have not been read
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I found the solution thanks to the responses. More specifically, I wanted to filter messages from a Google group. I got to this one (hope it works for other people as well):

to:(mygroup@googlegroups.com -mymail@gmail.com)
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