- Open a web browser on your computer.
- Sign in to your Gmail account with your email id and password.
- Select the checkbox beside the email that you want to delete.
- Click the Trash icon to delete the email.
- Try to clear the cache in your web browser.
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Why do deleted emails keep returning?
1. Deleted emails reappearing sounds like you might have some corruption going on with Inbox.
2. Move all wanted emails out of Inbox and put them in a suitably named folder for storage.
3. Delete anything you do not want.
4. Hence why they keep reappearing every time the Inbox is refreshed.
Gmail has a built-in archive function that will allow you to delete emails without deleting them from your inbox. To use this function, go to the email you want to delete and hover over the “More” button in the lower right corner of the email. Click on “Archive.
First, delete any messages that are not important. Then, set up filters to automatically sort messages into folders based on what they’re about. For example, you can filter emails from a certain sender to go into a specific folder or filter emails containing keywords into a different folder.
To clear up space on Gmail, you can delete old emails. To do this, tap the three dots in the upper right-hand corner of the email and then tap Delete. You can also archive emails to remove them from your inbox without deleting them. This will keep them in case you need to find them again later.
The iPhone doesn’t have a native Gmail app, so the Gmail app is actually a web browser that uses HTML5. However, as a result of this, the emails are stored on Google’s servers and not on your phone. This is also why deleting emails from your Gmail account on your iPhone does not work.