Add a permanently delete option to Desktop Outlook right click menu Solved

  1. questorfla's Avatar
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    Add a permanently delete option to Desktop Outlook right click menu


    I often need to remove a lot of larger emails or other mail items in Desktop Outlook 2016 that I neither need nor want taking up storage. Windows has the "Permanently Delete" option available for almost every context menu and Shawn has a great Tutorial here for adding that option to them.
    But I have not been able to find a way to implement the same option in Desktop Outlook.

    I can hold down the shift key while deleting but it would be much easier if there was the same familiar Rex "X" in
    Add a permanently delete option to Desktop Outlook right click menu-screenshot.1.png.png in the dropdown options. Does anyone know how to add this function to Outlook?

    Also, is there a way to further customize that dropdown list so it shows the function I use a lot while removing those I have never used. The normal list is already pretty long.
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