You can use Affixa:
send to > Mail Recipient will be were directed to the account you have configured in Affixa (e.g. Gmail but other websites are supported as well). It will first logging to your Gmail account (using the standard Google Accounts Authentication and Authorization so security is ok), then upload your files as attachments in a new draft:
Well, you can tweak the specifics, but I'd use gmail, IFTT and pushbullet to do different parts of this.
You can set IFTT to trigger off an action on a channel on a message from a specific email address on gmail.
I'd use pushbullet's chrome extention or the desktop app to trigger off a notification on your PC though you can pick something else - even some ...
No. As of now, there doesn't seem to be any app that can selectively synchronize different labels for your Gmail account.
Actually, if I need to have something to be always available offline, I would just clip it to my note-taking application on my phone (such as Evernote or Google Keep), which will also be syncing the data to the cloud so that the data is ...
You could use Gmelius, a Gmail extension that works with Google Chrome. Along with many other features (like streamlining the Gmail interface), it has a[n admittedly beta] feature which allows you to tell whether or not any service at all is tracking your email usage by a helpful little red eye.
Mymail-Crypt for Gmail™
Integrates with the GMail interface
You can decrypt e-mails with a "decrypt" button
Works with Windows 7
"This project is no way affiliated with Google™."
The project is powered by OpenPGP.js. OpenPGP.js aims to fully implement the RFC 4880 OpenPGP standard. This project is still a work in progress, but supports a ...
I use Minimalist for Everything.
It is free, does work with chrome, and I didn't notice any slowdown in the Gmail interface.
The app can be activated and desactivated, which would act the same way as a "hide incoming emails" button. There is no setting by default to hide Inbox count or to unbold the thing, but you could hide the whole sidebar, the spam-...
GmailAutoBcc does exactly this.
It's a userscript compatible with Chrome/Firefox that allows you to set a default BCC OR CC address in Gmail.
To use in Chrome, install Tampermonkey (a userscript manager), and then the script.
To configure whether you want BCC or CC, go to the script in Tampermonkey and on line 100, replace header = "bcc"; with header = "...
Can I suggest taking a look at MailPile - it is early days yet but looks promising.
Free, Gratis & Completely Open Source
Is obviously compatible with Gmail (I know most are, but still...) Yes
Has a modern, sleek interface (so Mozilla Thunderbird isn't an option...) Improving all of the time, browser based & you can potentially help ...
I use Proton Mail, which is a secure mail service. For paid contributors, they offer the ability to link the DNS record of a domain that I own to their system, so that I can use the proton mail system as "the official" mail for that domain.
This means that sending email to my_address@my_personal_domain.tld results in the mail appearing in my ...
Since you have mentioned that "Thunderbird" was slow, I have used "Mailspring" It is lightweight, good looking, has calendar Integration support and you can personalise the tool up-to a certain level. There other opensource tools which are having some good features. You can search for them and find out the best alternative.
Follow these steps to convert Gmail MBOX to Outlook:
Create a Gmail for connecting to Outlook
Add your Gmail account to Outlook
Copy and paste your Gmail messages to your desktop
Copy your Gmail to your Office 365 mailbox
Remove your Gmail account from Outlook
Visit this MS link for more information: Import Gmail to Outlook
Use Google Apps Script. It has a Mail Service and a Gmail Service that could be used to send emails. With the Gmail Service it could read the content of your mailbox even it could change some Gmail settings.
You should look into WebRTC, a browser-to-browser chat technology included in at least Firefox (and probably Chrome as well). Firefox used to have a built-in GUI for it called Hello, but that seems to have been removed. There is probably an extension that uses the built-in support for it, though.
I now use the Markdown here browser extension for this.
Of course this is not HTML, as mentioned in my question, but it allows the emails to be edited "with code" (Markdown) and do CTRL+ALT+M to have the rendered output.
That's the closest solution I found to what I was looking for. Finally Markdown is even better than editing HTML directly (If you are ...
Unsubscribe requests do not work all the time. Legitimate companies might honor them, while shady businesses - the very ones you want to avoid - will just use the unsubscribe request to confirm that your email is used and to send you even more spam.
You should instead blacklist the offending sending address on your mailclient or webmail (practically all of ...
You can do the same without any email client. I have experienced lagging and other issues with Outlook. Mail Clients often skip the attachments and the contents of the original message. That results in an incomplete download of emails to local storage. Relying on them for a local backup is mere foolishness.
I may suggest you a paid tool that archives the ...
Personally I would look at using python and either its built in email library or the gmail api.
This would have a number of advantages:
Free, gratis & open source
Cross platform Windows, Linux & OS-X
You can structure the storage as you choose
You can choose the storage formats
with the Gmail API you should be able to preserve tags
python can ...
If you can get your mailbox into an MS Outlook PST format on your local machine, X1 Search, http://www.x1.com/, works well locally. I am using it to manage my current slice of mail, going back to 2008, about 4.2 GB of mail, about 10K of messages, and the existing PST structure is kept. I have an offline mail store that has been moderately curated with my X1, ...
IQTELL was a productivity app that allowed users to manage email. It aimed to be an “Everything in One Place” hosted solution.
Emails: sync Gmail, Exchange, iCloud, IMAP & POP3
Calendars: Gmail, Exchange and iCloud calendars
Contacts: sync Google contacts
Task management focused on the GTD (Getting Things Done) method (what's that?).
I'm not sure if I fully understand your question. If you want to automate this, I can't recommend google apps script enough(I can help more indepth with that if needed but that's more suited with the google apps script SO tag). If you wanted something like boomerang where you have an extra button next to all the normal gmail buttons, I think that's done by ...
Zip up the photos then upload them to Google Docs/Google drive. Google Drive is designed to solve the issue around 25 MB file limitations of mail. E-mail one link to the photos on Google Drive and all the photos can be downloaded specifically by whom you want to share them with.
If you have certain groups of photos, for certain people then zip them up ...
you can use Pandor:
it's Free for personal use
you don't have to handle keys exchange with recipients, they recieve automatically an email with an account
uses OpenPGP for mail encryption.
Available in chrome Web Store and works with gmail
you don't have to copy/paste you text somewhere to encrypt/decrypt.This is done automatilly once connected to your ...
You can use End-To-End:
open source and free
developed by Google
released on June 3rd, 2014
supports RFC 4880 (OpenPGP Message Format) and RFC 6637 (Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) in OpenPGP)
beware it is in beta and may have security issues
not available in the Chrome Web Store yet
You can use the Google Chrome extension Multi Forward for Gmail:
quota of 100 forwarded emails per day
straightforward to use
Cannot forward the full thread, but only the last message of the thread.
Emails go through some third-party Google app.
Some screenshots from maketecheasier: