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I am hosting a training webinar where I am going to show people how to set up GMail for maximum productivity, including Priority Inbox, Labeling, and Filters.

I don't want to show them my personal emails, so I am creating dummy accounts.

Does anyone know how I can create/acquire a large volume of mail for these dummy accounts so that I can show the attendees the power of the features?

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Subscribe to some newsletters, competition or lottery games, register at some erotic or dating sites. All of that together will bring you an avalanche of advertising emails. Daily!

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You could use the IFTTT Date & Time Channel to trigger every hour and send an email message.

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Post the email in a very public place, like Twitter, Reddit, etc.

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