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Yes you can. Set up the primary ID as your gmail and secondary as an iCloud account
Go to sent messages. Right click the message and click "Send again" This will open the message as you wanted.
That is not possible using the default Mail app. It only allows you to differentiate between VIPs and regular senders (by placing a ☆ next to VIPs). If you want to differentiate which account received an email within a notification, you would need to use a separate app for one of your accounts. You will then get separate notification settings for that app, ...
There are to possible scenarios: 1. The device is up and running, and you can unlock it with the four digit code. If that's the case go to Settings -> iCloud and choose logout at the bottom of the page. Then you only need the password of the account. 2. The device was restored to factory settings. In this case activation lock would be active and you need to ...
More than likely, your Mac synced with your iPad and got data from iCloud. Go to Settings -> iCloud, and see if Mail is turned on. If so, and you do not want these to sync together, turn it off. Then, you can simply delete the accounts from the Mail app on your Mac. In regard to your question about other "surprises," while you're in Settings on your iPad, ...
Did you restart the phone after you deleted the emails? If that doesn't work, try removing that particular email account, rebooting the phone and then re-adding it via Settings App > Mail, Contacts & Calendar
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