Dependent Origination

Mark All Read in gmail

Posted on: June 25, 2013

You have to create a filter with is:unread label:whatever and apply the action to all matching conversations. Then delete the filter later.

There are tips online saying that there is an option of selecting all matching search criteria in the search results mode. But I cannot find it, in the corporate gmail account.

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