My friend and I built a chrome extension that does this exactly:
You can just highlight the bit that you want to quote, and click the green "Q" button.
The ability to delete the attachment from an email, without deleting the email itself is one of the annoyingly missing Gmail's feature.
You can't do this from the Gmail user interface.
You can achieve this though, by programmatically modifying the emails using Gmail API.
This is exactly what I did. I created a simple tool that you can use to extract ...
No, I do not think it is possible to change the email associated with the account without at least having access to that email inbox.
When you say you forgot your email, do you mean the address? Or you know the address but not the password to access it? If you forgot both you could be in trouble.
The first thing I would try is checking my search history for ...
If you are using Alfred which I highly recommend for every day workflows and tasks (it is Mac based) then you could use this workflow to replace CMD + Enter with Tab + Enter which does the trick perfectly.
Alfred workflow Gmail Send and Archive
Try filtering for your wanted address, but NOT in the from/to field.
E.g. Doesn't have the words: "John.Doe@gmail.com"
Yes you want the quotes.
Initially you want to give it a label, "BadMail"
Then after some checking, add an action to put it in trash, or in spam.
You want IMAP enabled.
If you do this then when you read a message on your phone, it won't show up as unread on your other devices.
If you answer a message, your answer is stored on the IMAP server, and appears in the Outbox on all your devices.
Note that GMAIL's use of labels is not fully compliant with IMAP. A gmail label corresponds to an IMAP folder. ...
Finally, found a way to do it (while still using a draft).
On the iPhone,
click the as usual to insert the image ; however, this is the default, and the image is loaded as part of the html mail, so, then
tap the image, and select "Send as attachment"
ensure the draft is saved (try to close the draft, Gmail will tell you if it is not saved (...
I have reworded the email to 'Complete Registration' instead of 'You have been invited' with the body similarly changed. The people receiving this email should know it is coming and if not (the person hitting send may have forgot to let them know first) there is a brief description of why they got it and who to contact if they are confused.
It has seemed to ...
In Gmail, go to Settings --> All Settings --> Inbox. The "Categories" section controls which labels are viewed horizontally as if they are separate inboxes.
Note: Go to Settings --> All Settings --> Labels to edit your labels.
By exclusively using Google Apps Script there is no way to add a custom button to the Gmail toolbar to call a script. You could create a Gmail add-on that will show a sidebar with custom button, text boxes etc.
You could create a bookmarklet, use Greasemonkey / Tampermonkey or another similar web browser extension to use a "user script" and the ...
Gmail (for email addresses hosted on gmail.com) allows "plus" aliases that doesn't require a verification email. For all other "aliases", specially those added by using "Settings, Accounts and Import, Add Another email address" requires a email verification. Why? That is a Google policy.
In Gmail, enable IMAP in Settings » Forwarding and POP/IMAP.
Install Thunderbird, and configure the Gmail account using IMAP.
In Thunderbird, right-click on email to forward, and choose Edit as New Message.
Address the message, and Send.
Repeat steps 3-4.
A way to get gmail to show this one email at the top of the window is to use multiple inboxes. I am going to assume that the newsletter has the label "thenewsletter"
Go to settings/inbox
Change inbox type to multiple inboxes
Define the search query for section 1 to be "label:thenewsletter"
You can specify a small number for Maximim page ...
From Gmail Help:
Dots don't matter in Gmail addresses
If someone accidentally adds dots to your address when emailing you, you'll still get that email. For example, if your email is firstname.lastname@example.org, you own all dotted versions of your address:
Note: If you use Gmail through work, ...
I just got it to work using this ugly hack.
Add the image to a draft - it will be added as an attached/inline image
Inspect the html in the browser
Copy the html for the image tag
Go to settings and edit your signature
Inspect that signature in the browser.
Replace the existing image tag with the HTML you copied in step 3
To make sure your inspected changes ...
In the end, what I really wanted to achieve was to separate email into those that I do and those that I don't want to be notified about. I only want to be notified when email is unusual or clearly important. I was able to do this quite easily (in the app) by going into settings\Notifications and setting Notifications = All, Notify for inbox sections = ...
Delete the labels. Deleting labels won't delete contacts or messages tagged to these labels.
To get rid of duplicate contacts merge them.
From Google Contacts Help:
If you have duplicate listings for the same person in Google Contacts, you can merge them.
You can't merge contacts that are saved in different Google Accounts.
Go to Google ...
I have further updated the script provided by others. Features:
No configuration in the actual Google Script
Configure e-mail content in a separate html file from your Google Drive.
Dynamically update when the script should be active through your Google Calendar.
This example needs to following setup:
Create a label on gmail.com called autoresponded