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recover ddeleted items folder

I have ie 11 email with comcast.When i click on the trash icon a box drops down and at the bottom i click on recover deleted items. I don't want to recover any any messages.I want to delete them also.I hope you can understand what i'm saying.thank you.

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Re: recover ddeleted items folder

If you don't want to recover deleted emails..

Open tgevTrash Fokder, check the small box above the emails.  That will place a checkmark next to each email in tgecTrash Afokder...then click on tgecDelete icon on the toolbar to delete thrm all.

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Re: recover ddeleted items folder

If you don't want to recover deleted emails..

Open the a Trash  Fokder, check the small box above the emails.  That will place a checkmark next to each email in thevTrash folder .then click on thecDELETE  icon on the toolbar to delete thrm all.

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Which operating system? XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X
Details of the problem you are having.




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