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trash folder

i have over 3000 "Trash" emails and cannot "select all" to delete them. I use comcast, use a verizon smart phone and have to delete all that junk one at a time. any work-arounds?

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Re: trash folder

Are you using the FULL version of XfinityConnect?

 

You can either go to the Trash Folder, open it and then place a checkmark here in the box, then click on the Delete icon

  

 

OR you can right click on the Trash Folder and choose empty Trash Folder.



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Re: trash folder

[ Edited ]

In addition to what Carole said, you might want to go into your Comcast email Preferences and check the deletion schedule.  Trash and Spam have a 30 day maximum retention, which is the default.  You can set it to keep messages for 1, 3, 7, or 30 days.  That should keep you from getting such a huge stack of trash mails in the first place.

 

On my iPhone, I have a way to delete deleted messages after one day, one week or one month.  I presume your Verizon phone has something similar you can adjust?




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