For Gmail filtering you first need to construct the "Search Operators." Although it's not a regular expression, you can still achieve what you want.
Some words - r1234 - Some more words
Would be something like "Some words AROUND 1 Some more words"
Find messages with words near each other. Use the number to say how
many words apart the words can be
You can certainly do this with https://script.google.com.
The limitation would probably be that the copy wouldn't occur instantly, but on a time-based trigger. Depending on what kind of account you have, and the volume of outgoing email, there might be a 5 minute or greater delay.
I don't know of a pre-made script that can do this, but you can adapt the ...
I ran into the same issue here 5 years later. Neither Gmail or IFTTT solved the problem for me.
I signed up on https://zapier.com/ using my Google account. Using this, I was able to make a "zap" that's triggered when a specific email comes in and responds to the trigger by sending an email of my choosing. It was fairly straight forward to set up and ...
How can I stop Gmail from marking my conversations as important other than the ones I have as filters?
You can't. Gmail tries to be smarter than it is and, even if you tell it not to predict, it will continue to try to guess which messages are important and which aren't, albeit supposedly at a lower rate.
If the spam goes directly to bin (trash) it's not necessary to report it as Spam, instead, if you want, you could delete them immediately or left those messages there to be automatically deleted after 30 days.
It's very likely that you have a filter that are moving those messages directly to the bin (trash) that it's catching some messages that you want ...
If you delete a label that was being applied in a filter, the specific action of applying that label will simply disappear from the filter. So if the filter only applied that label and the label is deleted, the filter will still exist but do nothing.
As filters can have more than one action, the other actions, if any, will still be executed when emails with ...
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 ...
"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.
I could not find a straightforward solution myself either because the plus (+) sign is reserved as a special character for "Results that match a word exactly". So I use the following alternative.
A decent alternative
Using the above search terms I can easily find anything but.
A bit of an old question now but I just ran into the same issue and for me the solution was to not attempt to forward to an alias. I had to set the forward using the actual email address.
e.g. you have two emails:
firstname.lastname@example.org (actual email address)
email@example.com (alias for above "firstname.lastname@example.org")
If you attempt to forward your gmail using the ...
A working solution for me to get rid of all the Russian calendar invitations was to filter to the top 50 Russian words and tick "Has attachment". You can test the results if you paste this to the Gmail serach box:
You don't need filters to correct this easily. Do this:
View all emails with the "Receipts & Online Orders" label, by going to the left-side navigation and clicking on your label, or doing a search.
Use the checkbox on the left side, above the message list, to select all emails.
If you have more than the ones displayed on the page, click the blue "...
From me, but not to me, enter in search box:
If you have conversations turned on (default), this will find any thread where there exists at least one email you sent but did not copy yourself. Go to Gmail > Settings > Conversation View => Turn off to change this behavior. With conversations off, GMail will find single ...
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Searching Gmail with + appears to allow you to search special characters.
According to the advanced Gmail search operators that @ale linked to earlier
Results that match a word exactly |
| Example: +unicorn
If you're using the Outlook client in combination with GMail, there's an option to automatically remove all the email from the Trash folder on the program's exit. Plus, you have still a chance to not accept it. Works great for me...