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Based on the information you've provided, it appears that you are getting that error message because the addresses you are using -- essentialphysicaltherapy.net and defazio.house.gov -- are not properly formatted email addresses. A properly formatted email address would look like abc@company.com. For example (these may or may not be real email addresses, ...


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Moving multiple messages to another folder from a list of search results is super easy and fast. You just need to do a couple more clicks than the "Move To" option elsewhere in Gmail: Select the conversations you want to move from the search results page. Apply the LABEL that you want to move the conversations to from the "Label" icon (now they're labeled, ...


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Really you should be using two factor auth and then assigning app passwords to things like gmail send through g-suite SMTP. This avoids downgrading security for less secure apps (which, I think, google is phasing out anyway)


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I assume you have added the custom domain account in your personal account's Gmail settings / Accounts and Import / Send mail as settings. Click edit info there next to custom domain account, and uncheck Treat as an alias. If you uncheck the box: Replying to messages from the other address adds that address to the To: field. From: https://support....


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you can disable hover actions in Gmail: Settings -> General -> scroll to "Hover Actions" -> click on "Disable hover actions". That way the "Accept invitation" button will at least be always visible and you will not click on it by mistake. Solved by my friend Ranko, I am just posting the answer.


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I had this issue today also, and how I got around the issue: 1. View problem email in your gmail inbox. 2. Click "Move to" and select the "Spam" folder/label. I didn't try the "Spam" button, as the sender/attachment I know is safe and not sure if that might flag the send as a spammer to gmail. 3. Go into the "Spam" folder. 4. Since the mail is in the ...


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eg, You sent an email to another Gmail account and deleted the account that sent the email. emailA account sent out an email to emailB account If the email was sent sucessfully, the email is already in emailB account now emailA account is deleted the email is still in emailB account So the answer is YES. You can still read the email from the deleted ...


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There are many plugins/extensions that allow you to compose and send HTML emails directly from Gmail. BeeFree's Gmail add-on is one such tool. However, since you require more flexibility I would suggest you to design your email using BeeFree.io's online editor and then send the email using Google AppScripts. Even though the whole process looks more ...


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The Verge has an instruction list for preventing Gmailed invitations from appearing in Google Calendar. Link to the Verge.


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As end-user, just follow the instructions on the message. If after an hour or so the error still happens, repeat and follow again the instructions If after several hours the error still happens, post a question on http://support.google.com/mail/community


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When you delete an email account the people who you sent email to can still read the email. This is because the message now exists in their email system. This is true no matter who runs the email systems. They can be a web based mail system (Gmail, yahoo...) or a computer based email system like outlook. What is lost when a email account is closed/...


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I had the same issue during an internship a few years ago. Here's how I solved it : On gmail there is an option for exporting emails/drafts as an .eml file. Attach it in a mail or share it with the person who needs to check against. If you have the green light from this person then you can send it from your drafts or modify it.


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Another user looked at my domain DNS and notified me that I didn't have any Gsuite mx records on my domain I checked the MX records and it is as they mentioned; no G-Suite MX records, so I added the recommended G-Suite MX records and it seems to work now. Gsuite mx https://support.google.com/a/answer/140034?hl=en SPF https://support.google.com/a/answer/...


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To create a Google family and become a Family Manager, go to https://families.google.com . You need to add accounts there in order for them to be in your Google family. The storage space a Family Manager has will be shared with the family members, so yes, your combined holdings will use up that storage space. However, the storage that each individual ...


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When I click on the "print" icon in the docs viewer it opens a new tab with the print menu already pulled up, see screenshots below. I'm using Google Chrome on a Macbook. Clicking on the print icon boxed in red: Opens the print menu in a new tab: To disable docs viewer, you can try this old workaround: https://superuser.com/questions/219113/stop-chrome-...


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One of the easiest ways to do a mail merge in Gmail is to use a Gmail add-on that's can perform mail merges. The following add-ons are all fairly straightforward to use, and all of them have a free plan: GMass MergeMail YAMM (This is a Google Sheets add-on, but it uses Gmail as well)


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In Gmail: Go to settings->[your Gmail address]->Manage labels There you can tell Gmail which labels to sync and activate notifications for the label.


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All you have to do is either go in the label or click on the little arrow on the right hand side of the search box. For more info you can read about: Search operators you can use with Gmail


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By folder, you mean label right? If you navigate to a label, it should already populate the search bar with the format needed. So if I have a label called "Finances" the search should be label:finances and then whatever you're searching for If it's nested, it will be marked by a dash so if I have a "Bills" folder under that it would be label:finances-...


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This Chrome extension may work for you: Gmail Label and Email Sharing


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The big challenge here, I presume, is to convert .docx to Google doc using apps script. Here is this sub-problem discussed: Can I convert a MS Word document to a Google Document format using GAS?


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I've combined the 2 scripts to get a version with linjunhalida's labels, but be able to choose a day rather than enter dates, like in user79865's script: function autoReply() { var scheduled_date = [ '2019-09-20', '2019-09-27', ]; var auto_reply = "I am out of office today. I'll get back to you as soon as possible next week."; var now = new ...


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