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Gmail Ganitor

a startup idea shared by Vincent Burg on 06/10/2012

Problem: massive amounts of email in Gmail (or other mail service) make it difficult to search. The number of old, irrelevant messages once archived but now completely useless clutter search results, returning hundreds of emails on each query. Solution: analyse the Gmail Archive folder based on sender, keywords, email length etc. The Ganitor then suggests email criteria for review, which are then mass deleted

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