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Easily delete emails on Your iPhone or iPad with this Fix

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This tutorial is for the iphone and ipad users, It shows you how you can easily delete  messages from Iphone and Ipad not minding  the archive option.  The delete option  usually comes up when we access our mails  through “Mailboxes”. There is a way, however, to move messages to the trash. It just isn’t very intuitive.
As we all know, there’s no option to delete the message from a mailbox. You can mark, move, or archive it. Deleting a message is just not an option.
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As you can see, there’s no option to delete the message from a mailbox. You can mark, move, or archive it. Deleting a message is just not an option.
The key to deleting mail messages is to go in through the “Accounts” section. From here you can delete messages, but only if you do so from the “All Mail” folder.
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Deleting mail must be performed from the Accounts view, and only within the All Mail folder.
Again, you have to access this folder from the Accounts view. You cannot delete messages from a single inbox or folder. It has to be done from All Mail.
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Note, now in the All Mail view, when you tap the “Edit” button and select mail messages, the option to trash them will now be shown at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
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Unlike other folders, the All Mail folder will reveal the much-coveted Trash option when you tap the “Edit” button and select one or more messages.
You can also swipe messages left and quickly trash them that way. In any other view or mailbox, if you try to do this, it will simply archive the message.
If you tap the “Edit” button but don’t select any messages, the option shown in the bottom-right corner will be to “Trash All”. This is kind of like the nuclear option and should be handled cautiously. After all, you may want to delete some messages, but not necessarily all of them.
Deleting messages in Mail on your iPhone or iPad is as easy as that, but Apple sure doesn’t make it obvious. You can’t even change the original behavior from the settings.
We hope you now enjoy your newfound mail deleting trick. You can finally start cleaning out those unwanted messages clogging up your inbox(es) without fear of keeping them archived where you’ll never look at or read them again.

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