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It would be really great if Verizon's webmail offered a "delete all" option so that we can delete emails "en masse" instead of screen by screen. So much more efficient that way and not unheard of...plenty of other web-based email programs do it.Thanks!
If you go into email options and set the number of emails to display to ALL then checking the box to select all really does select all and you can do a mass delete in a single pass.
If you follow the above instructions, you will be able to do so.
It would be more efficient if highlighting emails for deletion were simpler. Is there a faster way than having to highlight then checkmark each one? Checkmarking the 'bank of emails' doesn't work well if I've sorted the emails by SENDER. It'll be impossible to go through the 2000+ emails I have..!
You can't click in the box for the first one to delete, then scroll down to the last one and hold down the Shift key while you click on the box for the last one? Works for me, that is a standard Windows method for selecting multiple consecutive entries in most lists.
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