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How to auto-forward "gmail messages" in bulk?

How to auto-forward "gmail messages" in bulk?


Mail allows you to automatically forward email messages to another email account. To set up automatic redirection, simply create a filter in Gmail and any new incoming messages that match this filter will automatically be sent to another email address.

How to auto-forward "gmail messages" in bulk?

Gmail, however, imposes restrictions on auto-transmission messages. For example:

1.     You can not automatically forward messages to any email address. Setting up automatic forwarding in Gmail sends a verification message to another email address and messages that you can simply send to that account after clicking on the verification link. Do not set a Gmail rule to automatically forward messages to an email address that is not owner.

2.     Old messages can not be automatically transferred.
3.     There is no option to automatically route bulk email messages. If you have old email that you want to redirect, for example, Evernote, you need to manually transfer one by one.

Made to himself SIMPLE GMAIL TRANSMISSION.

If you want to automatically forward Gmail messages, including old emails to another email address without verification, a new add-on called Gmail Auto-Forward can help.

How to auto-forward "gmail messages" in bulk?

The idea, as explained in this video of Youtube (MP4) is simple. It creates a forwarding rule in the add-in and any old or new email messages that match the rule will be sent to another email address. You should not dial the other email address and you can also automatically transfer the messages in bulk.

Important: This method is recommended for the transmission of only electronic messages. If you move to a new email address and want to take all your emails, read my other tutorial on;

How to auto-forward "gmail messages" in bulk?

How to setup email transmission in gmail?


1.     Install gmail auto complete.
2.     Within Google Sheets, go to the Add-ons menu, select E-mail, then select Create a new rule.
3.     In this sense, define a filter and you can have one or more conditions. For example, select a Gmail drop-down list, specify something in the subject area and any email within this tag with the words in the subject line will be delivered automatically.
4.     You can specify more conditions that are used by the Gmail search operators in the advanced criteria window. For example, let's say new_than: 2d ha: committed to: me and only to a more recent email sent to you that contains attachments will be automatically recovered.
5.     Finally, specify the e-mail address in which these messages are transmitted and create the rule. By default, the plug-in transmits only the first e-mail in a thread, but if you want to transfer each message, select "Forward a complete conversation."

Congratulations. You have created your first self-advancement rule. You can close the spreadsheet and the Status will automatically work once per hour. If you want to run immediately, go to the Manage Rules menu, choose a forward rule from the drop-down list and run manually.

Once a message has been sent, a new tag called returned was applied to thread Gmail to indicate that the message has been processed by the automatic forwarding script and would not be processed in the next iteration.

You can create multiple transfer rules. In addition, if you want to deactivate auto-shipment at any later time, open the Google map, go to the Manage rules menu and delete the rule.

The Google add-on is free, but if you upgrade to the premium edition, you can set unlimited transfer rules and also increase your daily limit email. The number of emails you can transfer per day is defined by your Gmail type. Upgraded Gmail users can send up to 100 emails per day, while Google Apps users can send up to 1,500 emails per day.

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