How to change the email subject line in Gmail If you use Gmail (or G Suite) and have ever received one of those emails that lets you unsubscribe by replying with a specific subject line, you were probably at a loss when looking for the spot where Gmail lets you edit the email subject. I went looking for it recently and it wasn't as straight forward to find as I thought. Here's how you do it though.
Migrating domain email from GoDaddy to Google G Suite This article will show how to move your GoDaddy hosted websites's email over to and existing Google's G Suite setup. The assumption is that there is an existing GoDaddy hosting account with the standard email services set up and that a G Suite account has been previously set up with a primary domain other than the one being moved. As an example I will be showing how I moved all email services for the rawsparts.com.au domain.
Adding an email subscribe feature to your Blog with Blogtrottr I've been thinking of adding an email subscribe feature to my Blog for a while now. Originally I thought that I'd build this functionality myself but after a lot of deliberation and research I decided that there really wasn't any need to reinvent the wheel and looked for an alternative. That's when I came across Blogtrottr.
Make the new Gmail App delete messages instead of archiving The new Gmail App has been released on iOS a couple of days ago and while going through the settings I noticed that deleted messages were set to Archive instead of being Moved to bin i.e. deleted. I think this is a bit undesirable, pressing delete should delete the message, so here's how to make sure it does!
Gmail filters ignoring the Skip Inbox option and how to fix it Recently I noticed that my Gmail (actually in my case G Suite ) has been ignoring the 'Skip Inbox' option on all of my filters. Even though I had several filters set up to move emails out of the Inbox and archive them, they kept on staying in the Inbox. Turns out there is a setting that controls this!
How to get free unlimited email addresses with your basic G Suite account In the past I've written about how to migrate from Gmail to G Suite and shared 20% discount coupons for G Suite. Now I want to show a way to create free unlimited email addresses across multiple domains and only pay for a single G Suite user. So for $5/month you can set up unlimited email addresses.
Taking SMTP out of your web app, a quick start with SendGrid After struggling with emails not being being delivered to subscribers using SMTP over at travelblog.ws I started to look at alternatives to sending email and came across SendGrid. With SendGrid it's possible make use of your existing code that sends emails while taking SMTP completely out of the picture, at least on your end.
G Suite coupon for 20% discount in the first year I've been writing about G Suite for some time now and thought that I should share these discount coupons now too. By using these you'll get 20% off in your first year which means you'll only be paying $48 for your first year of using G Suite (if you have one user).
The right way to migrate from Gmail to G Suite email Now that I finally finished migrating my email to Google G Suite and learned the right and wrong ways of doing it I decided to write up the what I think is the best way that one should go about migrating from a Gmail email address to an email address hosted by G Suite. So here it is.
Removing temporary email addresses from Google G Suite user admin console As I keep moving my email over to Google G Suite I keep finding quirks in its setup and administration. One of these are the temporary emails that Google sets up on a test domain for initial testing purposes. These are all well and good but eventually you do want to get rid of them, here's how.
Fix G Suite SMTP error when adding another owned email address I've recently started moving all my email (personal and all my sites) to Google G Suite, formerly knows as Google Apps for Business. I was quite impressed with the service and was setting up all of my owned email addresses in Gmail when I hit the following error...