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GMail Users Read This!


Secret Agent
Staff member
I have to say I didn't know about this:


Gmail has an interesting quirk where you can add a plus sign (+) after your Gmail address, and it'll still get to your inbox. It's called plus-addressing, and it essentially gives you an unlimited number of e-mail addresses to play with. Here's how it works: say your address is [email protected], and you want to automatically label all work e-mails. Add a plus sign and a phrase to make it [email protected] and set up a filter to label it work (to access your filters go to Settings->Filters and create a filter for messages addressed to [email protected]. Then add the label work).

More real world examples:

Find out who is spamming you: Be sure to use plus-addressing for every form you fill out online and give each site a different plus address.

Example: You could use
[email protected] for nytimes.com
[email protected] for freestuff.com
Then you can tell which site has given your e-mail address to spammers, and automatically send them to the trash.
Very cool, and very convenient. I wish other mail programs used this feature as well.


Registered Member
Gmail really does have some neat features. I just found out about filters a few weeks ago, and I'll will be making good use of the feature described above.


Secret Agent
Staff member
GMail also offers GMail for domains, so in essence if I wanted to set up email at one of my websites, I could use the + features as well.

Apparently anybody with a domain can use GMail for domains.