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Say, I have an automatic Forward Rule for all Email arriving in the GMail Mailbox to be forwarded on to an external Email address. I wish to prevent Email from a certain sender being forwarded on automatically and rather have it either deleted or moved to a particular folder in the Gmail. The main thing is to prevent the Email forwarding on to the end destination. Tx.
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Filters in Gmail also have an exception line, put the senders there (labeled "Doesn't have")
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