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Started 1/25/18 by Paul (SNOTZALOT); 1834 views.
In reply toRe: msg 4
INSCOP

From: INSCOP

1/29/18

I would like to see a DELETE ALL button.  

Kakes2

From: Kakes2

1/29/18

You already have that, and only that.  That is what the problem is.  No choice.  Many of us do not want to delete everything.

The individual message deletes are in place now.

Kakes2

From: Kakes2

1/29/18

Thank you for the heads up.  I will check it out. :)

Crow (crowhaven200)

From: Crow (crowhaven200)

1/30/18

The individual message deletes are in place now

I only have the individual deletes on some messages. Others (older messages) in the same conversations have no x beside them.

It seems to be limited to 10 messages per conversation - if you delete those, ten more drop down with Xs. Not ideal at all and it's been reported. I requested it be set at a million... that might be a tad over the top.

Crow (crowhaven200)

From: Crow (crowhaven200)

1/30/18

Okay half a million then. I don't know what they can do as far as "what is possible" for them. Instead of a x by each message, it would be nice to have a empty box beside all messages in the conversation, then a "select all" button that selects all the empty boxes, then we could manually uncheck the ones we want to keep. That's how GMail works, and my online spam catcher. I do use PM's for later references. I don't want to have to copy and paste into notepad important stuff I want to keep. I already do that for lots of stuff, but it's handy having member names there which are often hard to remember, and important communications in that one page. I actually enjoyed having a page for "sent" items too. But I can live without that.

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