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Re: [libreoffice-users] Gmail Saving in Libre Writer

If I leave the drop down box alone and just type into the search field,
the search goes back to the beginning of my emails, 15 years.


On 22/07/2019 03:45, charles meyer wrote:
> I'm trying to search and then save old gmails in my Libre Writer.
> Has anyone found an easy way to search gmails older than just one year.
> There's the search box drop down menu where you can search by terms and All
> Mail + Spam but the drop down menu for date is limited by one year.
> There's a box next to that box where you can play with dates going back 10+
> years but that one year box next to it limits the search.
> Can you pls share how you've been able (recently) to search all your mails
> (or at least all your Sent mails) for the past 10+ years in your gmail
> account?
> Thank you.

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Re: [libreoffice-users] Gmail Saving in Libre WriterFelmon Davis <davisf@union.edu>
[libreoffice-users] Gmail Saving in Libre Writercharles meyer <reachmeplace@gmail.com>
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