Ability to delete emails all together instead of one at a time
I want to delete all my emails once
Thank you for using Outlook Mobile and sharing your ideas with us. We really appreciate your support.
It is currently already possible to perform bulk action in the app. To do this, long press on an email until a checkmark appears at the left of it. Once you’ve selected multiple emails, you’ll then be able to perform the following actions: deleting, marking as read, archiving. A “Select All” option will also appear in the top right corner.
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Victoria Emery commented
Avoir un bouton qui permet de sélectionner tous les mails, pour pouvoir les supprimer d'un seul coup. Pour l'instant je suis obligée de les sélectionner un par un, ce qui prend trop de temps. Ma boîte mail finit par être saturée et je ne reçoit plus tous les derniers mails si ma boîte est pleine.
Sherrel Caprio commented
while using app select multiple emails for deleting
Debbie Porter commented
please make this set up like my regular computer email, it's so user friendly.
I'm 'in the same boat'. Has this issue been resolved?
In essence, as I understand it. We would like to look at the inbox, apply a filter to find all the email from a particular sender, then delete all the emails identified by that filter. And have the capability of group selecting emails found by the filter, and deleting only them; just in case the user wants to keep some of emails found by the filter.
grant sorge commented
Please read all this message and answer ALL of it. How can I delete mass messages without deleting all of them at once? What I do now takes TOO much time. I currently go to the date I want to delete backwards in time from, hold down 1 email so it is checked. Then check down by scrolling, but I can only do 99 at a time. Then I go to trash and permanently delete them. I have many thousands to delete. I don't have days to so this slow procedure. There has to be a better way!! Please help!!!!
dana allen commented
Jörgen Groth commented
Mark and delete many mails
Mark Bond commented
this doesn't resolve what I think is being asked. I believe what's being asked is the ability to delete a sorted list. I.e. search for all emails from say "groupon"; once sorted, delete all this list.
Antonina Amanda C commented
it's so frustrating not being able to delete a day's worth especially when you can see they're in important and most likely just subscriptions
karen brown commented
Can't delete more than 1 at a time
sheila leonard commented
I want to delete by putting all emails that are from one company and then delete
Angela Martyn commented
When looking at emails after a break and noticing many from an address e.g. Marks and Spencer rather than deleting them one by one I would like the option to delete all of them at once.
That reply from 4yrs ago does not work ,
Brea Lawrence commented
I can not find a way to delete multiple emails at one time. I have to delete everything one by one
Dorothy Brown commented
Delete all of my messages if I want to. Be it 7 messages or 70 messages.
Add an option to select all emails received by each day at once instead of just having the options of every email or 1 at a time as I don't usually want to select every email and selecting them all one by one is incredibly time consuming
R R commented
delete mutiple emails at a time
B A. J. commented
that didn't address the issue of deleting the contacts. it only addressed deleting the emails🤬🤬🤬
cannot delete more than 15 emails at a time in Outlook for Android. same thing when moving emails from one folder to another.
Tamera Sutton commented
Make it to where we can select to delete all inbox messages instead of having to go one by one to delete them all.