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How to Ensure You Receive Emails from a Specific Domain in Gmail

Ever found yourself in the frustrating situation where you're eagerly waiting for an important email, only to discover it's nowhere to be found in your inbox? "I never got your email" becomes a common phrase, and the fear of missing out on crucial updates can be unnerving.

If you relate to this, you've probably experienced the struggle of emails from specific domains or companies getting lost in the sea of your inbox, or worse, relegated to the dreaded spam folder. But fear not! There's a simple solution to ensure that those vital messages always reach you without a hitch.

In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps to make sure you never miss an email from a specific domain in Gmail again. Whether it's newsletters, updates from your favorite services, or essential communications from work, these steps will help you take control of your inbox and prioritize what matters most.


Step 1: Log in to Your Gmail Account

Open your Gmail account in a web browser.

Step 2: Open an Email from the Desired Domain

Find and open an email that you've received from the specific domain you want to prioritize.

Step 3: Click on More Options (Three Dots)

In the upper-right corner of the email, click on the three dots (more options).

Step 4: Select "Filter Messages Like This"

From the dropdown menu, select "Filter messages like this."

Step 5: Specify Filter Criteria

The filter creation window will open with the sender's email address pre-filled. Customize the filter criteria if needed, specifying the domain in the "From" field to filter all emails from that domain.

Step 6: Click on "Create Filter"

After specifying the filter criteria, click on the "Create filter" button.

Step 7: Choose Action for the Filter

In the next window, choose what action to take for emails that match the filter criteria. For example, you can apply a label, mark as important, star it, or forward it. To ensure you see these emails, select the option to "Never send it to Spam."

Step 8: Click on "Create Filter"

Click on the "Create filter" button to save the filter settings.


Now, any emails from the specified domain will be filtered according to your chosen criteria. If you applied a label, you can easily find these emails by clicking on the label in the left sidebar.

Gmail's filters work retroactively, so existing emails from the specified domain will also be affected by the filter.

If you ever need to review or edit your existing filters, you can do so by going to Gmail Settings > See all settings > Filters and Blocked Addresses.

By following these simple steps, you can ensure that emails from the specific domain are not mistakenly marked as spam and are organized according to your preferences.


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