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How to Archive your Gmail Emails
« on: June 05, 2011, 10:18:31 AM »
Dear All,
Archive your Gmail Emails:
Last Friday Google’s Gmail Blog released 9 important reasons to archive emails in Gmail. Arching simply allows you to clean out your inbox without having to delete all of your messages. Gmail archives are still completely searchable and you can restore emails to your inbox at any time. However here is the summary of the 9 top reasons to archive emails in Google:
•   Because you can
•   Birthdays
•   Fate-tempting is bad. You just never know
•   Mailing lists
•   Phone numbers and addresses
•   Posterity
•   Procrastination
•   That guy
•   Winning arguments

Archiving mail in Gmail:
Archiving moves messages out of your inbox and into All Mail, letting you tidy up your inbox without deleting anything. Messages you archive can be found in All Mail, in any labels you’ve applied, and by searching Gmail. When someone responds to a message you’ve archived, the conversation containing that message will reappear in your inbox.

To archive messages:
1.   Select a message by checking the box next to the sender’s name.
2.   Click Archive.
If you have a conversation open, you can archive it by clicking Archive at the top of the page.
To move mail back to your inbox:
1.   Click All Mail.
2.   Check the box next to the sender’s name.
3.   Click Move to Inbox.

What is 'All Mail'?
All Mail is your archive, a storage place for all the mail you've ever sent or received, but have not deleted.

You can see a list of archived messages by clicking All Mail. If the All Mail link is not visible by default in your inbox, click on the More dropdown menu under your Labels list to visualize it. Archived messages are also available by searching, and under any assigned labels.
To archive mail:
1.   Select the message(s) you'd like to archive by checking the box (es) next to the sender's name.
2.   Click Archive at the top of your inbox.
With thanks,


Md. Nadir Bin Ali
LMC and Head of Cisco Networking Academy
Daffodil International University