How to auto-reply to reply-to field?

I would like send auto-reply mails to email addresses written in reply-to field. How this can be achieved?

  Sample Mail Received :
 
 from:  abc@gmail.com
 reply-to:  def@gmail.com
 to:    ghi@gmail.com
 date:  Aug 31, 2020, 12:43 AM    

By using the template and filter options I am able to send auto-reply e-mails to addresses written in from field (abc@gmail.com in this case). But I am not able to figure how to send auto-reply to addresses written in reply-to field (def@gmail.com in this case).

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Author: deepak sharma

Gmail delay in populating email in inbox

We have a gsuite license and we use this account for receiving emails from bank or interac. Mostly from same user. Our customer base is growing and from last two days we are seeing emails displayed in inbox very late not all of them but atleast 10% of email gets displayed in inbox after good period of time in many hours. If i send an email it received immediately. Will gsuite holds off if it receives email from same client above certain limit. Please throw some light we are stuck.

Note original message shows the delivers time perfectly its displayed in inbox so laye

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Author: user2736031

Does gmail had a built in feature that it will only send out an auto response to another email account X times per day?

Ive got an email account on a custom domain running on Google Apps For Business (Gmail).

Ive set up a vacation auto responder on one of the email accounts, but when testing it only seems to send the auto responds sometimes.

I was wandering if gmail had some built in feature that it will only send out an auto response to another email account X times per day ?

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Author: sam

Search for email by language in Gmail

About 10 years ago, Gmail offered a way to search for email by language with the lang operator. Sadly, this doesn’t appear to be the case any longer. However, Gmail offers to translate any messages it thinks isn’t in your default language. Is there a way to incorporate this into Gmail search / filter?

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Author: RHPT

How do I link to a specific gmail search, google document etc on the correct google apps domain?

I want to provide links to specific GMail folders, GMail messages, Google Drive items etc on a company webpage.

Users may have multiple Google accounts and it is not guaranteed that their primary / default account is the company account.

You’d expect this to be trivial and well documented, but … not so much. Google multi-account support uses URLs with /u/2 (or similar) to differentiate users by login ordinal position in the current session. These links break if the user logs out of an account then back in and they cannot be shared correctly between users.

Google accounts have the seemingly undocumented feature of supporting /u?authuser=me@domain.com links which work but require a fully qualified user account. I could not find any documentation on it, nor any listing of supported paramters, and my guesses did not turn up any obvious “authdomain” type links that’d pick the currently logged in user matching the domain-part.

The redirect mechanism used by Google for subdomains does not appear to work for gmail links. You can’t take a link to https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#search/rfc822msgid%xxxxx%40mydomain.com and massage it into https://mail.mydomain.com/mail/u/#search/rfc822msgid%xxxxx%40mydomain.com or variants I tried with /u? etc. You’ll get an error like

Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to mail.mydomain.com. PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

(Firefox)

This site can’t be reached

mail.mydomain.com unexpectedly closed the connection.

(Chrome)

So all in all, it’s ghastly. Not to mention that GMail searches to specific messages or threads are already painful; you have to “view source” because you can’t customise the headers shown, then hand-concoct a rfc822msgid:THE_MSGID_HERE msgid search.

Am I missing some simple sane way to just send a link that’ll take the recipient to a specific label, mailbox, message ID, search, etc?

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Author: Craig Ringer

Why won’t Gmail allow me to change my profile picture?

Why won’t Gmail allow me to change my profile picture?

I've tried many and multiple times to change my profile picture. all it says is, "Sorry, you can't change this photo for this account." It'll keep saying that over and over again. I hate my profile picture. I just wanted to change it because everyone in my online classes are making fun of me for having this profile pic. I've tried going through "About Me" and it just won't let me. I just want to change it and get out of this terrible bullying. Please, if you know how to do it, please notify me. Thank you.

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Author: LilSketchWolf