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Geez...why dont they just put a delete button on the app?? What's the problem??


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Actually google tends to be user friendly and it always wants to reduce our tension of often getting session_out problem. So it identifies our static IP address and stores the username and password of your google account in your cookies. So you don't want to often log in into it. The best way is to use a separate mail for all your gaming purposes.


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I do think you will not avoid changing your Google profile. I also think that it is possible to create two Google accounts. But you will need a new email address for registration. I am in the California area https://areacodes.net/510 and I use a separate account for access to game portals. You may try to create a new Google account for this purpose.


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You noticed that: When connecting with my home IP address it shows me my name, when I'm not it doesn't, and instead shows me a generic "Welcome" message and empty profile picture. The reason being you had -sometime in the past- logged in your account using a normal window and NOT a private one and your cookies are still there. That is what Google ...


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There isn't an archive label. When you click the archive button gmail removes the inbox label. That's it. If the message/conversation has no other label, then it will have no attached label. If the message/conversation has one or more labels in addition to the inbox label, then those other labels will remain attached after the archive button is clicked. ...


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This is what I have followed to remove the table. Select everything by dragging the mouse and press Delete. This will delete all the text in the signature and leaves only empty boxes. Select the radio button No Signature and Save changes Reopen the Settings to see the table gone. Now you would be able to see that the table is gone.


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Here is what I came up with and is currently in testing. Copy and paste this into the "has the words" filter field ("has accepted this invitation." OR "has declined this invitation." OR "has replied Maybe to this invitation.") AND -("this invitation with this note:" AND -("Declined because I am out of office")) AND -"and proposed a new time" AND "Invitation ...


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The Send Template option in the Gmail Filter settings do exactly what you want. It replies to any email matching the filter with the selected template email message. It "doesn't offer an option to choose who to send it to" because being an action of a filter it will always mean that it replay to any email matching this filter.


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Update: Sorry, ignore my answer. Google doesn't allow even tu upload an archive, wich google cannot inspect. So passwordprotected archives are also blocked, because google thinks you are sending executables in them. It was a good idea to setup an own exchange server at home.


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Use WinRAR to compress with passwort and activate the option "Encrypt file names", so google can't even look inside to see the file names. So you don't need to compress twice.


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I found a better solution: Login to https://admin.google.com/ go to Apps > GSuite > GMail > Advanced Settings > "Tab" Default Routing > Add Settings


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As of 2020, shortcuts do exist and the shortcut is g + n for the next page and g + p for the previous page. But for any keyboard shortcuts to work, you need to have them enabled in settings though! You can find a detailed list of shortcuts here in the google support page.


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Similar issues here; stopped working and started again. Now not working with Firefox 74.0.1. I've gone back to Firefox 73.0.1. Watch that your system doesn't auto-update you to Firefox 74. I dual-boot Kubuntu 18.04 LTS and Windows 10 Home. Firefox 73.0.1 works in both for calling from Gmail, prompt for mic, etc. Firefox 74 now gives me the problem and I've ...


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I ended up just changing their password, removing their recovery phone number and email, making sure that 2FA was disabled, and removing any devices that they had linked to the account. As far as I know that has completely locked them out of the account including resetting/recovering the new password. Then I logged into their email and setup forwarding to ...


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You proposed this: in:inbox in:unread not in:spam The first fix is that instead of the word no you use a "-". That means the syntax is: in:inbox in:unread -in:spam The second fix is that the -in:spam is not needed. If a message/conversation has the inbox label then is doesn't have the spam label. Now if the "-in:spam" was just an example then your ...


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One option is to use IMAP. Enable IMAP in Gmail. And use a desktop client like MZLA Thunderbird (formerly Mozilla Thunderbird). In Thunderbird, there is an option in Account (Gmail) > Composition & Addressing > ☑ Automatically quote the original message when replying. Uncheck that and save. I just tried that with my friend and it seems to work ...


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After using this a while, there are a few other gotchas and improvements you might want to look at: function autoReply() { var interval = 5; // if the script runs every 5 minutes; change otherwise var daysOff = [1,5,6,0]; // 1=Mo, 2=Tu, 3=We, 4=Th, 5=Fr, 6=Sa, 0=Su var date = new Date(); var day = date.getDay(); var label = GmailApp....


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Could be a captive portal. Like in malls with public WIFI the first time you have to "log in".


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You can also ask your student to log into the account, and then from there you will be able to switch between accounts from the user icon at the top right corner of the browser screen.


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This would not be an issue for sending email from a Gmail account but if you're trying to send email to a Gmail account, including dashes in the email address will make it invalid. For instance, if my email address is bob@gmail.com, attempting to send an email b-ob@gmail.com will result in an Address not found response. Note: Such is not the case with ...


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Few years have passed, Gmail still has the same problem, but non of the previous solutions is working, so here is my script which works at the moment (2020-03-02). For those not familiar with userscript, you install an extension in Chrome — tampermonkey (long time ago it was called greasemonkey) —, and in its settings you write or paste Javascript code that ...


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