I also had a similar problem with them and found although you own these addresses you would have to add them individually to be able to send a reply. I couldn't find no instructions to do this but I managed to figure it out by:
Logging in to Gmail via my desktop/computer
Click on settings (gear icon)
Accounts and imports setting
Scroll to section 'send ...
From Don’t Send Email From Domains You Don’t Control, by SendGrid Team, dated January 3, 2017
If you’re sending from gmail.com, outlook.com, or some other third party domain that neither you nor the customer on whose behalf you’d like to send control, I have bad news. You’re going to have to find a new way. Starting very soon, those messages are never ...
The issue is that gmail is linking the two messages in a conversation.
To only delete one of the messages you will have to:
Select the conversation
Open the message you want to delete.
Click the three vertical dots on the right hand side of the message.
Select "delete this message".
You will then see a popup at the bottom of the screen telling you the ...
From the Instagram Help Centre page (same page link you have given in your question):
You can always report strange emails to email@example.com.
So, you don't have to click on the link in your email. You can forward this mail to Instagram directly.
I've rejected Gmail because it often misIDs Bugzilla as spam...
Actually, you CAN use Gmail.
Just create a filter for it:
Filters and blocked addresses
At the bottom of your page click on Create a new filter
In the From field type @bugzilla.org
In the next screen choose: Forward it to:, Never send to Spam
You can even create a ...
Square does not offer a domain registrar service, so you cannot obtain a new .com or .net address through their tools. However, you can add a Square online store to an existing custom domain.
This Square help article walks through the steps of configuring your DNS to point to a Square online store. After this is complete, you can set up custom email ...
"I would like to have shared email address that my wife and I can access."
And further down:
"I though about creating gmail-filters so I could send a copy of those bills to my wife too"
A bit confusing. Do you want a single shared email address OR two separate ones?
In any case I think your best bet is to use a single shared address.
You can copy-and-paste/write you email on these websites convertcase.net or professionalediting.org and click "sentence case"
You don't have to install any extensions and it's accessible anywhere as long as you are online. It's a pretty lazy way to meet your purpose.
Everything is safe.
I've contacted GitHub support about this, and this is their answer:
I've confirmed with our notifications team that the email_token parameter is not sensitive nor poses any security risk. The token is just used for tracking clicks in our notification emails.
I've opened an issue with our team to see if we can tidy these email ...
The issue with your Content Compliance rule is you were picking the wrong locations. I also needed to accomplish this, and tried exactly what you did and got the same results - it didn't work. So I checked out Google's Content Compliance doc, and noticed this under "Advanced content match location":
Sender header: The sender header consists of the email ...