Windows 10: Self Deleting Email?

Discus and support Self Deleting Email? in Browsers and Email to solve the problem; Is it possible for someone to send emails that will delete after a given time? I received emails for subscribing to a magazine that I let expire. I... Discussion in 'Browsers and Email' started by Winuser, Nov 15, 2020.

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    Self Deleting Email?


    Is it possible for someone to send emails that will delete after a given time? I received emails for subscribing to a magazine that I let expire. I signed up for the hard copy and the online version of MaximumPC. I did get a conformation
    email with a subscription number. When I try to login to read the online version the page say's my account doesn't exit. The FAQ said to give it 48 hours to register. This was on the 11th. I checked my emails and I can't find them in my email client. I even checked on line (Gmail and Comcast) and they are not there. I called my credit card company and they are sending me a new card.

    :)
     
    Winuser, Nov 15, 2020
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    Hi Myrna,

    There are some factors that we need to consider regarding your concern about deleting all the emails depending on the mail app you are using. To properly diagnose this issue, We would like to know more about the issue by asking the following questions below:

    • Do you use an Outlook application or Windows mail app?
    • Are you trying to delete all the emails from your mail app and your email server?

    We also suggest that you follow the steps provided in this
    article
    to select all emails and delete it.

    Update us with the result, so we can further assist you.
     
    Anthony Gal, Nov 15, 2020
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  3. Jayzilla Win User
    Delete mails in Outlook but want to keep mails untouch in webmail

    When I deleted an email in outlook and my webmail got deleted too. I want to keep all the inbox mails from the webmail even I complete deleted in outlook. I spend hrs can't think it out how. Any step by step instruction? I'm using IMAP account btw. Thanks and Merry Christmas.
     
    Jayzilla, Nov 15, 2020
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  4. Self Deleting Email?

    old email addresses

    Thank you for updating me HA.111

    Here is the step to remove that old email address.

    Start typing an email address into the “To” field. As soon as you see the old email address being recommended as one of the potential candidates, use the down arrow key to scroll through the list of suggestions. Once you highlight the old email address, type
    the delete key. In many cases, this will actually remove the entry not only from the current list of suggestions but from future suggestions as well. You may even find that as you mouse over the drop-down list the highlighted item will have an “x” to explicitly
    allow you to delete it.

    Just do this step and your good to go.

    Continue to have an escellent day HA.111

    Best regards,

    Anthony C. De Jesus

    Independent Advisor
     
    Anthony1129, Nov 15, 2020
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