- You can quickly delete multiple emails from a folder and still keep your unread or important emails for later.
- To select and delete consecutive emails, in the message list
- Click the first email, press and hold the Shift key, click the last email, and then press the Delete key.
How to Delete Multiple Emails in Outlook
How to permanently delete emails in Outlook
You can use the search function to find emails with specific words in the subject line or body. Select all of these emails and press “Delete” on your keyboard.
To mass delete emails in Outlook you can use the “Delete” button on the ribbon. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + D to delete all emails at once.
Yes, you can delete emails in Outlook using the following methods Delete emails from your inbox Delete emails from your deleted items folder
Find the emails you want to delete and press the delete button. If you have a lot of emails, it is best to go through them one at a time.
To delete emails in bulk, you can use the “Select All” feature. Select all of the emails that you want to delete by holding down Shift and clicking on each email. Once you have selected all of the emails, click on the trash icon in your toolbar.
You can also select all of the emails by pressing CTRL+A or Comm and +A on a Mac.
You can use the “Archive” feature to delete emails that are no longer relevant. You can also set up filters to automatically send emails to a specific folder or label.
The first thing you should do is press the delete key. This will select all emails that are highlighted in your inbox. You can then press the delete button again to remove them all at once. If this doesn’t work, go to “Edit” and then “Delete.” Then check the box next to “All Items” and click delete.