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How to Chop Down a 20,000 Email Inbox to Zero in 30 Minutes

Between promotions, newsletters, notifications, and everything else that comes flying into your inbox every day, it’s very easy to accumulate too many emails. If you don’t have time to deal with it, you could find yourself sitting on an inbox with upwards of 20 to 30 thousand messages.
Somewhere in there, you’ve got important messages you don’t want to lose. But how do you empty out the clutter without tossing out the baby with the bathwater?
If you follow the process outlined in this article, you can get yourself down to inbox zero in at least 30 minutes. At the most, one hour. Want to give it a try? Open up your bloated inbox, and follow along.
The Bloated Gmail Inbox Introducing, the inbox of a very busy person.

That’s right. Almost 20,000 unread email messages. Those are only the unread ones. The total size of my email account before starting this process was pushing 35,000 messages.
So, the first thing to do is chop off the low hanging fruit.
Toss Out the Trash It should go..

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How to Trace Emails Back to Their Source IP Address

The first thing you do when you hear that email notification is check the sender, right? It is the quickest way to figure out who the email is from, as well as the likely content.
But did you know each email comes with a lot more information than what appears in most email clients? There’s a host of information about the sender included in the email header—information you can use to trace the email back to the source.
Here’s how to trace that email back to where it came from, and why you might want to.
Why Trace an Email Address? Before learning how to trace an email address, let’s consider why you would do it in the first place.
In this day and age, malicious emails are all too frequent. Scams, spam, malware, and phishing emails are a common inbox sight. If you trace an email back to its source, you have a slight chance of discovering who (or where!) the email comes from.
In other cases, you can trace the origin of an email to block a persistent source of spam or abusive content,..

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Fix Common Gmail Annoyances With These 5 Free Chrome Extensions and Apps

Gmail is the most popular email service in the world, but it’s not without its flaws. Even with the new changes in Gmail, Google hasn’t fixed several common annoyances and mistakes. A few fans of Gmail have tried to fill that void.
Most of them are Chrome extensions, but one of them works with Gmail on Chrome or Android. All these tools assume that you know the basics of using Gmail, and are looking for something more.
Email Studio for Gmail (Desktop Browsers, Android) Schedule emails, send bulk emails, purge inbox, and much more
Amit Agarwal of Labnol is a master at using Google scripts. Over the years, he has created a number of scripts for Gmail that add much-needed features, like scheduling an email to be sent later or sending an email in bulk. Now he has put all of them in one handy suite.
Email Studio for Gmail has seven different features:
Send bulk emails that look personal, with the contact’s name appearing in the body. Add a date and time to send an email later, or set ..

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