When you send an email through Gmail, a unique Message ID is added to the email header as per the RFC 822 specification. To know the ID of your message, open the email inside Gmail, go to the 3-dot menu and choose Show Original. The RFC822 Message ID will be displayed in the first line […]
To delete an email filter in Gmail, you just need to log in to your Gmail account and delete filters from the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab.
Sometimes is useful to label your email messages based on their date (per year, quarter, etc.). This is especially very useful if you need to export your email message to Google Sheets and you want to have a different Google spreadsheet for each date range. For example, you might want to create labels like this: […]
Email addresses that forward to your primary email are known as aliases. There are a variety of ways that you can create Gmail and Workspace (formerly G Suite) aliases. Gmail users: Create Gmail email aliases using the plus and dot notation Google Workspace: Create Gmail email aliases without admin permissions Google Workspace: Create Gmail email […]
Chrome profiles are a great way to keep separate sets of bookmarks, cookies, themes, and settings.
Why does “All Mail” not show up at the left of my Gmail screen?
By default, Gmail groups a message and its replies in a conversation that’s listed as a single inbox entry. Conversation threads are the recommended way to manage your email; they provide a fast, efficient way to see multiple related messages in one view. However, if you prefer to list messages separately, you can turn the […]
Managing your emails on Gmail can be complicated if you aren’t familiar with Gmail’s labels and sub-labels. If you’re managing (receiving and sending) a high number of emails and aren’t sure how to organize them, using Gmail’s nested labels will keep emails well sorted and easily accessible. What exactly are Gmail nested labels (labels and […]
By saying treat as an alias you’re telling Google that it’s your own address. The consequences of this choice are only minor.
- If you’ve told Google it is your address, then if you put this address as a “To” (or Cc, Bcc) address, Gmail will simply place a copy directly into your inbox.
- If you’ve told Google it isn’t your address (ie, it’s not an alias), then if you put this address as a “To” (or Cc, Bcc) address, Gmail will still send the email as outgoing mail, treating it no differently to any other address.
All email messages you have sent will be labeled with the Gmail Sent label. However, it is important to understand that the Gmail Sent label is not an actual label