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    Default Deleting Gmail Trash Messages

    Can anyone tell me how to delete emails in the trash folder on the Gmail App for the Samsung Galaxy S3? Thank you!

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    Default Re: Deleting Gmail Trash Messages

    I could be wrong...but I don't think you can. Either wait the 30 days or log on to the desktop client and delete from there.
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    I just delete them from s my laptop or let em sit till the 30 days hit. I was getting a bit too much mail on my main G-mail so I opened up a backup account to hunt for jobs and whatnot. I love me some g-mail!!
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    Thanks to all for your responses!! Much appreciated!!

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    Lightbulb Re: Deleting Gmail Trash Messages

    There is a backdoor to the trash bin for mobile android users. Took me 4 hours of playing on my phone to bypass the system and find it. Its actually very easily accomplished on the Android phones and this us why they dont put it out there for users to know about it. You do not have a delete option on your actual GMail account. Instead log onto https://mail.google.com. next press the gmail icon. In the center of the screen is your account displayed and on left is a three line paper. click on that icon. It will then display a drop down screen. You can then delete every file to include the trash by the box next to the message and a drop down screen will appear click delete forever. Saves waiting 30 days fir the trash bin to refresh. Hope this helps for people like me who like their privacy within a relationship.
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    I figured out the backdoor for gmail trash...see my posting.
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    Therw is a way to delete a trash bin on the Mobile Android Phones see my posting.
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    I just need to know how to deleat all my gmail messages so i dont have to do 1 by 1 please help
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    Default Re: Deleting Gmail Trash Messages

    On the gmail app. Go to trash Click on the drawer bottom left tap empty trash
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    Default Re: Deleting Gmail Trash Messages

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Nighswander View Post
    Its actually very easily accomplished on the Android phones and this us why they dont put it out there for users to know about it.
    Sorry false information you posted here, Google does put it out there, https://support.google.com/mail/answer/1386450?hl=en
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