Support Email "Rubbish" folder

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  1. puffthemagicdragon

    puffthemagicdragon New Member
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    Anyone able to shed light on how to permanently delete old email from the rubbish folder please?
     

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  2. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member
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    You delete a message out of your Inbox and it goes to Trash/ bin folder. Menu>View Labels>Trash/Bin and in there just mark the messages you want to permanently delete and delete them.
     
  3. TelusMilestone

    TelusMilestone Well-Known Member
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    Once you do that you might have to sync it for it to appear the same in either the phone or on the PC when you log into your gmail account.
     
  4. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member
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    Or have it to sync automatically in GMail settings.
     
  5. puffthemagicdragon

    puffthemagicdragon New Member
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    Are those Droid options perhaps?

    The only commands on my Milestone are:


    • Refresh
    • Compose
    • Folders
    • Accounts
    • Account settings
    None of these has a global option and I don't fancy clicking on all 1618 items I currently have in the Rubbish folder
     
  6. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member
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    I have a Milestone not a Droid and my options in GMail are: Refresh, Compose, Accounts, View Labels, Search, Settings.

    Are you sure you are using the Google Mail application and not the Email application?
     
  7. puffthemagicdragon

    puffthemagicdragon New Member
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    It's the email application I need to manage rather than Googlemail as I use the former to remotely access my work email.
     

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