extension ExtPose

Gmail message ID finder

Description from extension meta

Adds a 'Copy message ID' button to Gmail messages which generates a search term that you can later use to get back to your message.

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Description from store Adds a 'Copy message ID' button to Gmail messages which generates a search term that you can later use to get back to your message.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-09-08) Dante Candelori: Nice to exact search. Just search in the gmail's bar and then copy adress bar. Then paste complete adress into chrome adress bar and you get one link to find mail.
  • (2019-06-01) Robert Fleming: Does what it says. Note that "Message ID" in the context of this extension means the value of the "Message-ID" header, defined by RFC 822 and RFC 2822, and described by the Wikipedia article "Message-ID." It does *not* refer to Gmail's internal message ID, as used by the Gmail API or as is visible within the browser URL when viewing a message/thread.
  • (2017-09-01) Krista Victorsen: (-1). No support for Google Inbox (+5) Works flawlessly in mail.gmail.com :D
  • (2017-02-02) George Pittas: I did know that each email has its own message ID. It rocks especially when you need to find a specific email!

Latest issues

  • (2020-05-15, v:1.0.1) Nicolás Boettcher: it doesn't work
    Please, check if the extension still works
  • (2017-12-05, v:1.0.1) Raül Quintana: Not working on multiple accounts
    Logouts all
  • (2017-11-15, v:1.0.1) Александр Скачков: Bug with defining Message ID from forwarded messages
    There are bug with defining Message ID from forwarded messages. Please check.
  • (2017-07-11, v:1.0.1) Could you support inbox?
    Could you support inbox by Google ? Thanks
  • (2017-02-24, v:1.0.1) David AuBuchon: Can thisextension also preserve unique urls?
    I have many word documents with thousands of links to messages in my gmail account. These urls appear to be unique (at least within a given user account). They have a format like this: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/15a6ce8adabf80c0 My fear is about how I can implement a backup of my gmail accounts. In the event of a data loss, I am concerned that no matter what method I use, a restore might not restore the unique urls. I might end up with newly assigned urls. If this is the case, then all my urls saved in my word files would no longer point to anything, and I would be screwed. My question/suggestion is this: Can you make this extension somehow permanently associate an email's present url with that email? In other words, every stored backup of an email would somewhere need to be tagged with the original url. For example, if I forwarded a copy of an email to another account as a method of backup, if I searched that unique url in this backup account (like "15a6ce8adabf80c0"), then that message would come up in the search results. Is something like this possible? Coming down one level to something that is simpler, even ignoring issues with backups, I wonder if Gmail ever changes these urls that I have assumed for years to be unique and permanent. I hope I have been right. If they did change them, again I would be screwed. In this step, being able to search the url would fix that, and if I understand correctly, this is not any more difficult that what you have already done with this extension, except you would have to add the url string as a second unique identifier.
  • (2017-02-09, v:1.0.1) José Ferreira: Recibos de leitura
    Existe alguma forma para solicita recibo de leitura de email no gmail? Obrigado

Statistics

Installs
1,575 history
Category
Rating
4.5 (11 votes)
Last update / version
2017-02-01 / 1.0.1
Listing languages
en

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