One way to do this is the following:
Open the conversation and click the print button.
This will open a new window/tab ...
One way to do this is using gmail filter:
Go to Gmail Setting/ Filters
Click Create a new filter
Fill your other email address in To: To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Create filter
Tick the checkbox Apply the ...
I am using Firefox, I assume the same thing exists in Chrome.
I found a conversation of 8 messages, and opened it.
If I click on the print icon, I see it says print all. And sure enough I get an 19 ...
For the purpose of permanently retaining all, past received email (in Gmail) and thus creating a reliable historical archive (of email):
Gmail as of May 2022 has an All Mail label/folder/feature that ...
I just find a solution!
Click on the name and replace what Google suggest with what you want, like:
'To: The fat guy who was near takeshi at the meeting email@example.com'
'To: iCorp firstname.lastname@example.org'...
I don't believe you can do this in normal Gmail. You could access your Gmail over IMAP and use the client (eg thunderbird) for this.
Alternatively you may be able to create rules to label these mails ...
You can export your domain data by following https://support.google.com/a/answer/100458?hl=en
Google now offers a 50% ...