Possible Email Paradox

My first email was a Verizon email that my parents set up. It has been annoying to use it now because Gmail's interface is better and most people don't use Verizon's email system. I already gave my Verizon email to my contacts, so I decided to merge the emails together. I went to Gmail's settings and made it so that all of my Gmail email will get sent to my Verizon email. It said that for me to do it the other way around, I would have to go to the other email provider and do what they say. But then I realized that if someone sends me an email to my Verizon account, it would go to Verizon, then to Gmail, and when Gmail receives the email it would go to Verizon, and then to Gmail, and so on, giving me infinite emails. So: Would this actually happen, or is Gmail/Verizon smart enough to prevent it? Is there some solution with filters I can use?

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I'm going with no.

Since filters are specific to the Web mail system you may or may not be able to fix this.

Most folk I know just learn to move and send out a final email to everyone that your new email is now "Heyit's me @"

I see more and more folk ditch classic email apps like Thunderbird for web mail. Or a smart phone.

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I figured

I could mess with filters, but I'm too scared that it's going to create a paradox.

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My vote is to move off verizon.

When you change carriers your email will die anyway. With gmail I think mine is well over a decade old now. And I've been on Rogers, Fido, ATT, Sprint, TWC and now Ting. If I had used any of their email systems, what a pain.

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if you only want gmail to verizon

if you like gmail better, why are you sending emails from gmail to verizon?

there are two options
1.   setup a pop3 in your gmail to receive your verizon emails. You do not have to do a thing in verizon.
2.  you can forward all your emails from verizon to gmail and not do a thing in gmail.

you should not have to mess with rules on either.

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Forward your mail

yuo not need to send manually your mail you can use auto mail forward system to get auto mail.

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