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MacMost Now 383: Mail on the iPad
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Not really. You can enter "edit" mode and then tap each one and then "Delete." That's the best way. Good for deleting 10-200, I'd say. For more than that, you may want to log into the web interface for the email service you use, or use a desktop email client for that one-time-delete.
Why does the iPad do imap and not pop accounts?
It can do either.
I delete mail either by using the right swipe or the 'edit' group delta, but in a day or 2 it returns....and every time I go thru the chore of deleting old deleted mails, another batch will pop up.
How can I delete them (so many are spam) so they stay deleted?
I'd guess the problem lies with your email server -- some setting there -- and not your iPhone.
How do you delete an old email address from auto fill on iPad?
Unfortunately, you can't. At least not yet. Apple hasn't given us a function to do that.
Is there any way to delete a large group of e-mails from the iPad without clicking on each one?