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Warning The code from the referred answer deletes permanently the messages from the Gmail Trash. We should not copy and execute code that we don't understand. It's very likely that the referred error message occured because the following code line was not edited: var mymail = "email@gmail.com"; Replace "email@gmail.com" by Session....


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I had the same problem. There's no built in functionality. However, there's a third-party service that allows you to do just that: https://fut.email Here's how it works: You sign up with your Google account You're asked to give OAuth access to your Google Calendar Now you can send emails to tomorrow@fut.email to create events in your calendar. Many other ...


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If anyone is searching for a multi-domain automatic filter with one specific email excluded, Ben's answer could be extended to this: {*@domain-one.com, *@domain-two.com} -user@domain-one.com


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The email will have two parts. The "magic widget" above with some buttons to quickly answer, and the real body below starting with "You have been invited to the following event". If you click on the Yes button above b@gmail.co will be answering, but below there should be a text like "Going (a@gmail.com)?" with a Yes link. ...


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Google does not support this. It is possible write a Google Apps Script, possibly/probably including the Gmail API , to generate an email that has the appearance of being an auto-reply (a "pseudo-autoreply"). There are many precedents for this. However these do not have the character of auto-reply emails, and they have some inherent limitations. ...


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I use Mozilla Thunderbird as my email client and there is a Forward option available under Sent Mail. But using a browser to log into your Gmail account, open the sent item and click on the 3 dots on the email itself for More and there is a forward option there allowing you edit it before sending.


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I too was receiving duplicate emails on my phone. I had previously turned on forwarding in my gmail account. My solution: I simply went back to the gmail account where I had turned forwarding on, and left the option "forward a copy of incoming mail to *** Email address is removed for privacy ***" untouched, and selected from the pull down menu &...


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Do you mean you want to stop the browser suggesting/showing accounts that you can sign in to? If you want to remove them from sign in options you will need to sign out first. In the Chrome browser tab, click the key symbol. This will bring up a list of the stored accounts for Google which you can delete.


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Programs cannot make changes to your computer without administrative rights, for security reasons. The administrative privilege prevents applications or scripts from adjusting your computer without your consent, because those adjustments could potentially put malware on your computer. In addition, the right for a program to make changes often requires ...


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All of these options are definitely worth trying. What worked for me is to actually just have Google Calendars open in a tab. Having it open while on mail.google.com is not enough.


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Looks like the only way to skip the "Quick settings" menu is to directly append or modify the hash part of the URL to #settings. For example, if your URL is: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox then change inbox to settings and press Enter: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#settings This will take you directly to the full settings. You could ...


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Emails to the group email address are inserted as and considered "posts" into the group thread. If people outside the organization need to be able to send emails, you'll need to grant public access to be able to post to the group Go to Group Settings > General Go to "Who can post" and set to "Anyone on the Web"


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Please try the following filter in the Includes the words field, leaving everything else blank. The results will be ALL and ONLY the emails from:dude@email.com AND to:guy@email.com {(from:dude@email.com) AND (to:guy@email.com)}


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