After quickly defining new rule, we go straight to the actions, choosing Remove Envelope Recipient action from menu.
|Remove Envelope Recipient menu|
Envelope recipient(s) can be deleted by wildcards, regular expression or plain email address. I'll call my unlucky guy jeff at example.net.
|Remove Envelope Recipient action|
Now Message Sender condition is needed, because we want to take down recipient only from messages which were sent from i.e. @gmail.com.
|Message Sender condition|
So, after those two simple steps from now Jeff will never receive any email from gmail.com.
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