When I delete an e-mail message, it goes into the Trash folder. Is there any way to highlight all of the messages and delete them? Or do I have to check each one and then delete? It seems to be double work, as I have to check and delete each message in the Inbox and then do the same thing in the Trash box.

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When in the email app, press the menu key, press delete, press the menu key again, press "mark all", press "Delete".

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Unfortunately I don't have a delete key when I hit the menu key. I have Refresh, Compose, Folders, Accounts and Account Settings. The only time the Delete key appears is when I mark the little check on the upper left corner of the message. Unfortunately, I have to mark the check for all of the messages to delete them all. A real pain.

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