How do you delete GMail messages that are in the trash can permanently?

Discussion in 'Asus TF700 Forum' started by TF700, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. TF700

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    I regularly use my TF700 for sending/receiving messages via GMail.

    When I delete messages from the "received" box and/or the "sent" box, they end up in the trash can.
    Once there, they seem to become a permanent fixture! I have yet to find a way to delete them forever, in spite of all of the searches I have done here and elsewhere.

    Could someone barge in and offer a simple solution to delete "deleted messages". (those in the rash can).

    Thank you in advance ! :)

    EDIT: I have found one way to "sort of" do it: go to the trash bin, pick (select) a message and hold for a couple of seconds >> move it to "Spam" and from there, I can finally delete it.
    I am wondering if there would be a better way to do this, especially if (when) the trash bin becomes loaded with deleted messages.
     
    Last edited: Nov 22, 2012

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