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Short answer Instead of using POP use email forwarding from your other account to be able to use Filters and Canned Responses in Gmail Explaination it can't seem to do auto-replies I beg to differ. Make sure Canned Responses is activated: Then you create a filter for emails that are sent to your old email address: to:(my.old.address@example.com) ...


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The Canned responses have moved to the additional menu next to the "Discard Draft" or Trashcan button. Click on the triangle at the bottom right of the new compose window to open the menu and then hover over "Canned Responses" to view all of your options.


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You can use vacation responder for this. Go into your Gmail settings and looks for a section called "Vacation Responder" This will allow you to enter an auto-response for all incoming messages. Just uncheck the "Ends" box to make sure it will always be on. Note: like it says in the help text in the image, if a contact sends you several messages, this ...


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One issue with the gmail autoresponder is that it only replies to those emails sent directly to the gmail account in question. This does not include accounts from other domains that are linked to the gmail account. You can get around this, and enable the use of better filtering, by using the following process: Create a new gmail account for the autoreply (e....


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The thing to remember about the current "canned response" for Gmail is that it has to be added from the "Labs" tab. This means that there may be sparse support and has potential to completely disappear. This particular "Lab" has a number of other quirks that are outside the scope of your question but I believe your answer is "No". It appears that the ...


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With Gmail in Firefox you can create bookmarks with "mailto" function .... Copy text below and right-click bookmarks toolbar, click create bookmark and paste text below in "LOCATION" field. To edit, right-click and select "properties". Make changes in the same "Location" field. Copy and paste: mailto:"Contact Name here" <emailaddress@emailaddress.ca>...


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Until they fix this you could write your subject in the main body of your email, and then just cut and paste (or higlight and drag) it into the subject.


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Canned Responses don't have an icon - they show up a regular link below the subject line.


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Jacob, Your code was just what I was looking for. But being the perfectionist that I am, I found a few issues with your code: The emails sent out are forwarded instead of replied to. This adds a "Fwd:" into the subject line and probably raises a few eyebrows on the receiver's end. I use Gmail to check my (non-Gmail) work email. Your code doesn't work well ...


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I thought of a way to not use the canned response as such (including the added response quote in the email address), but to simply forward the canned response to the filtered emails (recipients). This is how it looks like: Code function doGet(e) { // retrieve Id's from canned response var drafts = GmailApp.getDraftMessages(); for(var i in drafts) { ...


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You can add the file as an inline image. It doesn't look great but it works. Note to do this you must disable "Plain text mode"


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You can use a plugin that gives you that ability. Check out this link. Batch Reply For Gmail Makes Replying To Similar Emails Simple Of course this is for Chrome users.


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One option is to use the Forwarding feature of Gmail to set up filters and have them auto-forward. Login to http://gmail.com/. Click the cog icon and select Settings. Open the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab and locate the Forwarding section. Click Add a forwarding address and enter the email address of one of the human users that the emails will be ...


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Unfortunately, no. Canned responses are static text. You'll need to look at a different tool for this. Something like AutoHotkey might be useful.


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Sure, this is easy to do on any UNIX system with procmail for example. For more of a service-desk type approach, I know FogBugz supports auto-responses, and I'm sure many of the other issue tracking systems (JIRA, BugZilla, etc) do the same. The question becomes, do you just need to send a response, or do you want all of the functionality of the issue ...


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If you go into Settings in Gmail and click on Labs, there is a Lab called Canned Response which will meet your first requirement. There is another lab called Auto Advance that will take you to the next (or previous) email upon archiving, deleting or muting the email that you are currently on. If Canned Response isn't enough there is always help desk ...


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Canned Responses (as Forwarding and the Vacation Responder) only apply to new, incoming messages that arrive through SMTP (directly send to Gmail), not to messages fetched through POP3. So I've written an Apps Script that will just work for any incoming mail! http://www.xpos.nl/xpos/download/gs/canned-response-pop3.gs


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Otherwise Upload the document to Google docs and include a link to it in your response


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