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Search operators you can use with Gmail

You can use words or symbols called search operators to filter your Gmail search results. You can also combine operators to filter your results even more.

How to use a search operator

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. In the search box, type the search operator.

Search operators you can use

Tip: Once you do a search using search operators, you can use the results to set up a filter for these messages.

What you can search by Search operator & example
Specify the sender From:
Example: from:amy
Specify a recipient To:
Example: to:david
Words in the subject line Subject:
Example: subject:dinner
Messages that match multiple terms OR or { }
Example: from:amy OR from:david
Example: {from:amy from:david}
Remove messages from your results
Example: dinner -movie
Find messages with words near each other. Use the number to say how many words apart the words can be AROUND
Example: dinner AROUND 5 friday
Messages that have a certain label Label:
Example: label:friends
Messages that have an attachment Has:attachment
Example: has:attachment
Messages from a mailing list List:
Attachments with a certain name or file type Filename:
Example: filename:pdf
Example: filename: homework.txt
Search for an exact word or phrase ” ”
Example: "dinner and movie tonight"
Group multiple search terms together ( )
Example: subject:(dinner movie)
Messages in any folder, including Spam and Trash In:anywhere
Example: in:anywhere movie
Search for messages that are marked as important is:important
label: important
Example: is:important 
Starred, unread, or read messages is:starred
Example: is:read is:starred
Messages that include an icon of a certain color has:yellow-star
has: blue-info
Example: has:purple-star
Recipients in the cc or bcc field cc:
Example: cc:david
Note: You can’t find messages that you received on bcc.
Search for messages sent during a certain time period after:
Example: after:2004/04/16
Example: before:2004/04/18
Search for messages older or newer than a time period using d (day), m (month), and y (year) older_than
Example: newer_than:2d
Chat messages Is:chat
Example: is:chat movie
Messages delivered to a certain email address Deliveredto:
Messages in a certain category Category:
Example: category:updates
Messages larger than a certain size in bytes Size:
Example: size:1000000
Messages larger or smaller than a certain size in bytes larger:
Example: larger:10M
Results that match a word exactly +
Example: +unicorn
Messages with a certain message-id header Rfc822msgid:
Messages that have or don’t have a label has:userlabels
Example: has:nouserlabels 
Note: Labels are only added to a message, and not an entire conversation.