When you enable the warm-up for your email account, you will start sending and receiving emails to and from other warm-up users. Setting up an inbox filter will help you avoid flooding your inbox with dozens of warm-up emails.

Each email account, connected to the warm-up system, gets a unique ID that you can use as a filter for your incoming emails.

Inbox filter for GSuite mailboxes

Here is how to set up an inbox filter in Gmail:

1. Go to Settings > Email Warm-Up, open your email account settings page and copy your custom ID:

2. Go to your Gmail account and click the Settings button > See all settings:

3. In Filters and Blocked Addresses, click Create a new filter:

4. Paste your unique ID into the Has the words field and click Create filter:

5. Select the following check boxes and create a new label to apply it to your incoming emails:

After the filter is created, all incoming Reply warm-up emails will skip the inbox and will be saved under your new label.

Inbox filter for Microsoft Outlook mailboxes

Here is how to set up an inbox filter in a Microsoft Outlook mailbox:

  1. Open your Outlook and navigate to Settings > Filter:

2. Select Rules > Add new rule:

3. In your Reply account, navigate to Settings > Email Warm-Up, open your email account settings page and copy your unique ID:

4. Select a condition Message body includes and paste your unique ID there. Then, select or create a folder, under which your incoming warm-up emails will be stored:

The filtering rule is now created, and warmup emails will be skipping your inbox.

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