MacMost Now 383: Mail on the iPad

Take a look at the Mail app on the iPad. It has a beautiful design and is very easy to use. But it lacks powerful features.

Comments: 8 Responses to “MacMost Now 383: Mail on the iPad”

    Kathy Scott
    10 years ago

    Is there any way to delete a large group of e-mails from the iPad without clicking on each one?

      10 years ago

      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.

    Richard24
    9 years ago

    Why does the iPad do imap and not pop accounts?

    Murray A
    9 years ago

    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?

      9 years ago

      I’d guess the problem lies with your email server — some setting there — and not your iPhone.

    D. Chu
    8 years ago

    How do you delete an old email address from auto fill on iPad?

      8 years ago

      Unfortunately, you can’t. At least not yet. Apple hasn’t given us a function to do that.

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