Why is my iPhone not letting me delete emails?

Why is my iPhone not letting me delete emails?

Try going into Settings > Accounts & Password > account > Account > Advanced > Deleted Mailbox, and under On The Server tap the ‘Trash’ folder so that it gets a tick against it – then come out of that series of popups by tapping on the relevant buttons at the top of them and see if you can now delete emails.

Why won’t Apple Mail let me delete emails?

In Apple Mail, go to Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors and check your settings there. See if changing any of the “Trash” preferences make a difference, especially the setting to “store deleted messages on the server”. To remove a message you have to select the message and click the Delete icon.

How do I clear my email cache on iPhone?

First close your Mail App completely from the app switcher window by double clicking the Home button and swiping up the Mail preview pane up until it disappears from the screen. Then go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > locate your email provider and click on the account. On the next page Delete Account.

How do I get rid of emails that won’t delete?

Try some troubleshooting things:

  1. Press several times F5 that refreses the Gmail.
  2. Clear your cache and coockies.
  3. Disable TEMPORARELY your anti-virus checker.
  4. Open private window/safe mode.
  5. Change browser to see if the issue persists.
  6. Log out and log in your account.
  7. Try to open email with labs disabled.

Why do my emails keep bouncing back?

Reasons for email bounce backs include full inboxes, servers that aren’t responding, sends to email addresses that no longer exist, and sends to fake email addresses. There are many reasons you receive a delivery status notification that email bounced (even more than the above list).

Why do my emails keep coming back after I delete them?

When Inbox is empty: Right click on Inbox and select ‘Compact’ Empty and then compact the ‘Junk’ folder. Compact the ‘Drafts’ folder. Deleted emails reappearing sounds like you might have some corruption going on with Inbox. Hence why they keep reappearing every time the Inbox is refreshed.

Why is my mail on iPhone taking up so much space?

Apple’s Mail app doesn’t provide a lot of control over how much storage it uses. it wants to download and store a lot of emails so they can be indexed and searchable with Spotlight. On both iOS and OS X, the Mail app may take up gigabytes of storage space because it wants to store a complete offline copy of your email.

How do I clear my email cache?

In this case, it helps if you reload the mailbox without the browser accessing content from the cache. Click the menu icon to open the menu. Click Options….Click Options.

  1. Click Privacy & Security.
  2. In the History section, click Clear history….
  3. Select Everything.
  4. Only activate the Cache entry.
  5. Confirm with Clear Now.

Why do my emails keep reloading on my iPhone?

Question: Q: Why are my emails keep reloading Try Settings-General-Reset-Reset All Settings and then do a forced restart for your phone. When the phone restarts, go to Settings-Accounts & Passwords and set Fetch New Data options the way you would like to receive email.

Why do my emails archive and not delete?

When you archive an email (which happens by default in the Mail app), you move that email into Gmail’s “All Mail” folder. Those messages are not deleted, and you can retrieve them at any point. More precisely, Gmail retrieves them and moves them into your inbox if a reply appears, reactivating the entire thread.