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May 29, 2014, 09:59:45 PM
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In case anyone's unfamiliar with Gmail's slick filter GUI... (great time to learn!)


Step set 1:
*Open up a new email ("Compose")

Subject:
Welcome to my inbox!

Body:
Hello! Thank you for facilitating spam. Unfortunately, Gmail has not currently noted your domain as a spam provider and hasn't yet "learned" to move your emails to the spam box for my particular account. Until that time, this message will be automatically sent out each time a "Welcome to Coinbase!" email arrives. Kind regards!

*Click the triangle at the bottom-right, to the right of the trashcan icon.

*Hover over "Canned Responses"

*Click "New canned response..."

*Name it Coinbase (or whatever you want)

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Step set 2:
*Go here: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?pli=1#settings/filters

*Create a new filter

From:
contact@coinbase.com

Subject:
Your account has been created

*Click next ("create filter with this search")

*Click "Delete it"

*Click "Send Canned Response" and select Coinbase (or whatever you named the canned response for them)

*Save
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