It sounds like firstname.lastname@example.org is what Google calls a "group".
However, for both aliases and groups, the message should appear in your inbox with the To: field unchanged - ie. you will still see it as sent to:email@example.com
So, you can filter based on that To field - ie. https://cmp.onl/tbuo
If that doesn't work, perhaps your setup is ...
I need to filter any mails directly addressed to me. It shouldn't pick mails in which I am in cc.
This worked for me:
to:me AND NOT cc:me
We have more conditions. My assumptions are as follows:
Show all emails sent to me but not as CC.
Show all emails sent to a group where my email is listed in CC.
Use the search string as given below:
Using simply "to:me" should do the trick most of the time, but that may give some false positives, so it is better to spell out your whole email address like this "to:firstname.lastname@example.org".
Or, in case you are using Gmail with your personal email address, "to:email@example.com"
If you use your Gmail as a unified inbox with multiple email ...
When you delete the message, it is put in the trash, and then permanently deleted 30 days later.
So just click delete and the message will no longer appear anywhere besides in:trash. "all mail" is all the mail you have except things in spam and trash.
From the comments:
The "Important" emails are also have a copy in the "All mail&...
I think the nested labels thing here is a bit of a red herring and in fact your problem is, as is a bit buried in the comments on one of the other answers, that labels are applied to messages rather than conversations.
A problem I've had before is that I've applied a label to the messages at a previous point in the conversation and then archived the ...
I use the multiple inbox settings. You can define a search string such as a label, that would put all those messages/conversations into that "inbox".
I would also change the filter to archive the incoming messages that are found my the filter so none of them clutter the main inbox.
I suddenly only had 6 starred emails in my bt inbox but as I scrolled down my inbox list i noticed that they were still in that list. Looking at my starred emails list again I noticed that the starred emails I had just found were added into my starred folder again. The further down I then viewed in my inbox the more of my missing starred emails were put back ...
AFAIK there is no way to do that.
If you are using Chrome, instead of using a regular Google Chrome profile, use it in guest mode. For details see Browse Chrome as a guest.
Other browsers might have a similar feature.
Another option is to use Chrome in incognito mode.
One more option is to clear the cookies after your customers end what they have to do your ...
You can get this information quickly (if, say, you want to find contacts you just recently created) with the OAuth 2 Playground.
Sign in here: https://developers.google.com/oauthplayground/
Use a GET URL like this to list your contacts starting with most recently modified:
To see mail from all your accounts in the same inbox:
On your iPhone or Gmail app
In the top left, top Menu
If “Tap All in boxes” has been selected,
This will fix the problem.
Keep it under “Primary email” only.
An alternative for me was to tag the emails with both the parent and children tag. Similar to what @Rebecca Chernoff suggested, but using a hierarchical approach.
eg. I would create two filters, one that tags all emails 'from:@google.com' with 'Internet' and then a second filter that tags the same emails with 'Internet/Search'
This way, you can create the ...
This answer from you pops up in a Google search. The question asks about hyphens. The answer refers to dashes. Hyphens and dashes are two different things. Hyphen: - / Dash: ─
Can Gmail addresses have hyphens?
The decision by Google to allow or not allow the dash in new email addresses they create is a Gmail policy. The dash is considered legal character so ...
To add a point that is indeed alluded to by ahorn's note, one can increase the quota to 30GB for free. Just create a new account and make it the manager of the family group. Since creating a family group is free of cost, you can bite into the 15GB of that new account's free storage.
It is not possible as it's been more than 30 days. Even if you somehow recover it, you may not be able to recover the account data.
From Google Account Help:
If you deleted your Google Account, you may be able to get it back. If it’s been awhile since you deleted your account, you may not be able to recover the data in your account.
Not sure if things have changed but AND does not work by default for me - what worked for me was using double quotes to cause the AND operator functionality. So "Ebay" Drum would search for Ebay and Drum
I used the assumption that the time of day used was midnight.
So I was asking for everything between July 1st 2021 00:00:00 but before July 2nd 2021 00:00:00