Gmail Aliases - Quite old, but worth sharing.

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Filter your messages with email aliases

By adding a “+” and any combination of letters or numbers after your username, you can create alternate email addresses that will all be delivered to your account. Sometimes it’s handy to have these aliases when you sign up with your email address for different services. For example, if your email address is hikingfan@gmail.com and you sign up for lots of newsletters, you can sign up with the email address hikingfan+newsletters@gmail.com instead of hikingfan@gmail.com. You’ll still receive those emails in your inbox, but If you ever want to filter all the newsletters you’ve received, you can filter by messages sent to hikingfan+newsletter@gmail.com.

Using an address alias

Gmail doesn't offer traditional aliases, but you can receive messages sent to your.username+any.alias@gmail.com. For example, messages sent to jane.doe+notes@gmail.com are delivered to jane.doe@gmail.com. You can set up filters to automatically direct these messages to Trash, apply a label or star, skip the inbox, or forward to another email account. To get email in Gmail like YourName@YourCompany.com (or personal email like me@srivishnu.co.in) Click Here

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