Gmail atom feed – Why Is Atom Feed Showing On Browser My Log Ins

I use “Atom” feeds to read the content of gmail at the address where name is either empty (to check the inbox) or a user-defined label (even nested). To parse the result, it is useful to read the XML field fullcount, which gives the number of unread messages. With Gmail internal labels, like starred, important, sent, trash, drafts, spam, all, however, the fullcount is always 0. I recently discovered here that for the important label one should use the less intuitive name ^iim. With ^iim the fullcount is set correctly ! Does anyone know if there is a complete list of such labels available ?

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They are called system labels and the Gmail Content Provider in Android documents a few:




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