How to Filter eXp Email using Gmail
If you are using a Gmail account and would like to keep your eXp email separate but accessible and searchable, follow these steps to create a filter.
Log into your Gmail Account:
Open your web browser and navigate to the Gmail website. Sign in with your Gmail email address and password if you have not already.
Access Gmail Settings:
In the top-right corner of the Gmail interface, click on the gear icon (⚙️) to open the Settings menu. Then, select "See all settings" from the dropdown.
Go to Filters and Blocked Addresses:
In the Settings tab, click on the "Filters and Blocked Addresses" option. This label may slightly vary depending on your account type;
Create a New Filter:
Scroll down to the bottom of the Filters and Blocked Addresses section and click on "Create a new filter."
Define Filter Criteria:
In the dialog box that appears, specify the criteria for your filter. In the "From" field, type the domains you want to filter
Enter the following: exprealty.com OR exprealty.net
Click "Create Filter":
After specifying the filter criteria, click on the "Create filter" button located at the bottom right of the dialog box.
Choose Filter Actions:
A new dialog box will appear, presenting options for what to do with emails that match your criteria. Check the following options:
- "Skip the Inbox (Archive)"
- "Apply the label: eXp Mail"
When applying the label, you will need to create the label. Click New label and name it eXp Mail.
You may also click “Also apply filter to matching conversations”. This will apply the filter to all previous eXp email from the exprealty.com and exprealty.net domains.
Completing Create the Filter:
Once you've selected the desired actions, click the "Create filter" button to create your filter.
Locating your eXp Mail Label:
The filter should now be set up. Emails from eXp Realty will be automatically labeled with "eXp Mail" and removed from your general inbox while still being accessible. Any new emails from these domains will follow this filter. To easily access those emails, click the label "eXp Mail"