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How To Remove Email From iOS Devices

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Written by Hassan Abbas

Do you want to remove email from iOS devices? Delete emails from iPhone to maintain storage space. Moving emails is also an alternative in the Mail app. Maybe you have many newsletters you don’t like to read or old emails that you’ve already looked at. So, deleting or moving these text in bulk is the simplest way to deal with many at once. Both tasks are simple and easy to do, but moving and removing emails in bulk is quite different than doing this one by one. Also, you can delete all your emails with just three clicks:

How to Remove All Email From iOS Devices

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Step 1:

Head over to the Mail app.

Step 2:

Click the inbox you would like to relieve of its unread count.

Step 3:

Click Edit.

Step 4:

Click Trash All (or its less-fun cousin, Mark All).

Step 5:

Click the Trash All/Archive All confirmation alert (or, if you’re Marking All, click Mark as Unread).

Remove multiple email messages

Step 1:

Head over to Mail and move to your Inbox.

Step 2:

Click Edit in the located in the upper-right corner, then click Select All. Or individually choose the emails that you like to delete.

Step 3:

Click Trash or Archive. If you only view Archive touch and hold Archive to view other choices like Trash Selected Messages.

If you want to undo removing an email, shake your device, then click Undo.

Remove a single email

Step 1:

Head over to the Mail and move to your Inbox.

Step 2:

Click Edit located in the upper-right corner, then pick the email that you like to delete.

Step 3:

Click Trash or Archive.

You can also swipe left over a single email to remove it.

While trying to remove a message within the email, hit and hold the Archive button or the Trash button, then click Trash Message or Archive Message.

Well, it depends on the type of email account you have, you probably view Archive rather than Trash when you try to remove emails. You can also edit your mailbox behavior settings to modify this.

Edit mailbox settings

If you want to manage your iCloud email account, that ends with icloud.com, mac.com, or me.com follow these instructions carefully:

Step 1:

Head over to Settings > Passwords & Accounts.

Step 2:

Click the iCloud email account that you like to manage.

Step 3:

Also, click iCloud, then move to the bottom of the screen and tap Mail.

Step 4:

Click Advanced.

If you have another type of email account:

Step 1:

Head over to Settings > Passwords & Accounts.

Step 2:

Click the email account that you like to manage.

Step 3:

Click Account, then click Advanced.

From here, you can also select whether to remove or archive texts. After swipe left over a text that you like to discard, you’ll then view Archive or Trash based on the settings you choose. Depending on your email provider, you probably have the option to remove emails automatically after a certain amount of time.

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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