Unlimited email ids from 1 gmail id...

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If you are registering for another account at a particular site but dont want to create a new email ID, here is a trick for you.

username@gmail.com

username+one@gmail.com

username+anything@gmail.com

All ids represent ur account.

It is also useful for creating filters.

You can signup with username+news@gmail.com for newsletters and create a filter in gmail that it should be archived and labelled with "news" if the to address is username+news@gmail.com


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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Voss
    This is a handy feature of gmail, but some sites are smart to this and consider the "+" email address as invalid.

    So, it will work 'most' of the time.

    -Scott
  • Profile picture of the author Deepak Media
    Originally Posted by Scott Voss View Post

    This is a handy feature of gmail, but some sites are smart to this and consider the "+" email address as invalid.

    So, it will work 'most' of the time.

    -Scott
    Then in that case here's another trick.

    user.name@gmail.com

    username@gmail.com

    us.erna.me@gmail.com

    u.ser.na.me@gmail.com

    All are same
  • Profile picture of the author seojedi
    Quite possibly one of the most overlooked yet superb aspects of Gmail! :-)
  • Profile picture of the author sanssecret
    I don't know about 'overlooked'. I didn't even know about it. Boy, I need to take a bit more interest in this type of stuff.

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