Windows 10: deleting mail Solved

  1.    15 Jul 2015 #1

    deleting mail

    WIN 10 build 10162. How do I delete all mail at once? Mail I do not want to read, junk mail etc. How do I empty the junk folder?
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  2.    15 Jul 2015 #2

    You can't if using the mail app.

    It is necessary to delete files one at a time moving the mouse to the trash can.
    Who knows where the email goes?

    The mail app is apparently WinRT only.

    If you want, like I do, to use mail in a NORMAL way,
    You will have to install Windows Live Mail or something else.

    Then you can handle email files normally,
    like changing views or multi select deleting, emptying the junk / or deleted,
    or opening and / or saving or saving as.
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