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Empty E-mail Trash Bin

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jimraj, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. jimraj

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    Hello all. Not sure if this post has been addressed, but is there a quick way to empty your e-mail accounts trash bin for the Droid without going through every single email one by one? Thanks for your help!
     

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    Besides just checking off all of the e-mails and clicking delete (in the GMail app), I haven't found any quicker way to empty the trash.
     
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    once in the delete part, you can hit menu again and select "mark all" and then delete, but i've tried and with over 1800 messages, it keeps trying to crash my phone
     
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    This menu function (i.e., "mark all") doesn't seem to be available on Droid.
     

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