And this doesn't always work. We have a vendor that usually ends up here and we choose to accept all future emails and the next time it marks it as spam. And we don't get the message for almost two days to know it was flagged.
From the Instagram Help Centre page (same page link you have given in your question):
You can always report strange emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 ...
Sadly at the moment there isn't a way to view the emails in the parent label other than applying the parent label with a filter.
There's no native setting in Gmail and it seems that there are no gmail add-ons that do what you ask.
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 ...
This can be fixed if you go to "contacts.google.com" > "Other contacts" and delete the old contact there. It happens because the user was renamed in the G Suite Admin console but other users had already saved the previous name in their Gmail contacts. Somehow, the system doesn't recognize that the name was changed and it keeps displaying the old name.
You can view a Facebook link in a browser without being logged in if it's set as "public." Facebook will ask for a log in, but it will still show the post and comments on a page by itself.
Look at the post you want them to see. At the very top is the name of the user/account that posted it. Directly under that is an indication of when it was posted ("4 ...