- 1 How do I delete all my emails at once?
- 2 How do I delete thousands of emails at once?
- 3 Why can’t I delete all emails on my iPhone?
- 4 How do I delete thousands of emails from my iPhone?
- 5 How do I empty my email inbox?
- 6 How do I delete 10000 emails at once?
- 7 How do I get rid of ghost emails on my iPhone?
- 8 Why do emails reappear after deleting?
- 9 How do I delete 30000 emails?
- 10 How do you mass delete unread emails on iPhone?
How do I delete all my emails at once?
You can quickly delete multiple emails from a folder and still keep your unread or important emails for later. To select and delete consecutive emails, in the message list, click the first email, press and hold the Shift key, click the last email, and then press the Delete key.
How do I delete thousands of emails at once?
Watch video above. Filter Emails. To get started, log into your Gmail inbox as you’d always do. Select all messages. Next, check a little box under the the search bar to select all displayed messages. Select all Conversations. Delete all Messages. Empty Trash.
Why can’t I delete all emails on my iPhone?
Answer: A: Try going into Settings > Accounts & Password > account > Account > Advanced > Deleted Mailbox, and under On The Server tap the ‘Trash’ folder so that it gets a tick against it – then come out of that series of popups by tapping on the relevant buttons at the top of them and see if you can now delete emails.
How do I delete thousands of emails from my iPhone?
Delete multiple email messages Open Mail and go to your Inbox. Tap Edit in the upper-right corner, then tap Select All. Or individually select the emails that you want to delete. Tap Trash or Archive. If you only see Archive, touch and hold Archive to see other options like Trash Selected Messages.
How do I empty my email inbox?
Check the open square at the top left of the screen and then click “Select all conversations that match this search.” This will select every single email in your inbox like the one you first chose. Click on the trash icon and delete the emails. Do this for every type of repeat email you want to delete.
How do I delete 10000 emails at once?
Go to the label “all mail” (It is under “more” which is below your inbox, sent and manually created labels). Go to your trash label or bin. Select all the emails as you did in all mail and click on “ Delete forever”.
How do I get rid of ghost emails on my iPhone?
Look for an “all mail ” folder. If it has any unread emails in it, clear and mark that mail as read. For me, once I did this my iPhone updated, and the problem is corrected! For the iPhone, ghost messages disappeared by disabling mail, then turning off, then back on and then re-enabling Mail.
Why do emails reappear after deleting?
Deleted emails reappearing sounds like you might have some corruption going on with Inbox. Move all wanted emails out of Inbox and put them in a suitably named folder for storage. Delete anything you do not want. When Inbox is empty: Right click on Inbox and select ‘Compact’ Empty and then compact the ‘Junk’ folder.
How do I delete 30000 emails?
Just hit “Select” which will select all items on that page only and then click on the link to the right that says something like “Select all 30,000 messages in In Box” and that will delete everything.
How do you mass delete unread emails on iPhone?
Tap Edit > Select All > Trash > Trash All. Keep in mind, this deletes all emails selected, not just those that are unread. You can “Select All” and then go through and tap (to remove the check mark) any emails you’d like to keep. Thanks again, and have a great day!