There's no way to do that by email, but changing the group's email settings can all be done fairly easily. When you go to Groups Home, you'll see the list of groups that you're a member of. If you have admin access you'll be able to edit the settings for that group.
As for the users on your list, they'll be able to edit their individual preferences as well: ...
It appears that method 3 is a valid solution if you have some programming skills.
I contacted the MailChimp and Mandrill support and they both confirmed that it's possible to send newsletters with Mandrill. MailChimp even allows you to use pre-defined templates for your Mandrill newsletter.
The solution is to write a script (in a language like Ruby or ...
Create a Gmail account, and a Facebook account for it.
Join the Facebook group with it.
Configure it to receive all email notifications from the Facebook group.
Create a Gmail filter that forwards to the mailing list all emails from the Facebook address that sends email notifications (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you use ...
I'm assuming what you want is for everyone on your support team to receive a copy of any email sent to the support email address?
This can be achieved easily enough by setting up filters or forwarding addresses. Setting a forwarding address will send all emails received by the support email to the specified destination addresses. Filtering might be a ...
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Sorry @marikamitsos if I wasn't clear. Me with my friends want to create an "email address" that when someone send a mail to it, all of us receive the sent mail.
As stated in the official Google help page
Forward to more than one account
You can only automatically forward all your messages to one account.
From your Zoom profile page, click on Reports, then click on Usage. Adjust the date range at the top of the page such that you can get to the meeting that you wish to download participants information from.
For the meeting that you are interested in, there should be a row that appears at the bottom within the table. On the right side, there is a clickable ...
Large organisations often do funny things like send their database over to external marketing companies when they send the brief to create the emails. The long turnaround assumes there might be emails 'in the works' that they haven't sent yet, but have included your address in the recipient list.
Another consideration is that bulk emails are often sent in ...
As far as I know, Google Groups for Business should be turned on for the domain, then, (adaptation from Choose how Groups email replies are sent -Groups Help):
Change your Group’s reply setting
Open Google Groups for your domain.
Click My Groups > name of the group you want to edit.
Click Manage in the upper-right corner.
From the left-hand navigation ...
I've faced with the same problem. Google can't manage to display your email both in inbox and outbox with the same ID. Since your mail was a sent email firstly google does not change it later.
There are two ways (according to my knowledge :) ) to handle this issue:
create a filter in your gmail (sent from your emial and sent to the list) and move the ...
I don't think you're going to be able to do this with a filter, since there's no identifiable characteristic on the message to let you know if it's for a thread you're participating in or not.
You should be able to do what you want with a simple search, though.
Since all the messages you send (including, obviously, any replies you make to a thread) will ...
@gerzan, you've asked a great question. This answer may be coming too late for you, but perhaps someone else can benefit from it.
Basically, what you're asking for can be established with Google Groups. If you're not familiar with the system, there are two key permissions we can set: "view topics" and "post". Both of these can be set from the creation URL: ...