Email is one of the most commonly used applications on smartphones. An email has become an essential part of our digital lives with its convenient interface and fast delivery. However, like any app, there are times when you may need to remove Email from your device. For example, you may be moving to a new phone or want to clear out your old messages. In this blog post, we will walk you through removing Email from your iPhone.
How to Remove Email from iPhone
If you want to delete all of your emails from your iPhone, it’s easy. First, open the Settings app on your iPhone and select Mail. Then, under the “Mail” heading, tap “Delete All Mail.” This will remove all of your Email from your iPhone’s Messages and Contacts apps and your third-party email applications like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and Outlook.com. However, if you have any messages in drafts or folders that you want to keep, you can save them before deleting them by tapping the “Archive” button under each letter and selecting “Save Draft.”
How to Delete All Email on iPhone
If you want to delete all your Emails from your iPhone permanently, there are a few ways to go about it.
Option One: Delete All Emails in an App
The first way to delete all your Email is to do it in an app. Almost every app that lets you manage your Email has a function to delete all your messages. Some popular options include Mail, Outlook, and iCloud.
To delete all your messages in an app, open the app and search for the message list. On the message list, select the message you want to delete and press the “delete” button. If you have multiple emails attached to a single notification, then each Email will be deleted individually.
Option Two: Delete Email Using Settings
Another way to delete all your Email is by using the settings on your iPhone. To access these settings, open Settings and tap on General. Next, tap on Mail, Contacts, and Calendars and select Delete All Contacts and Data. This will also remove any photos or videos from those contacts’ calendars!
Option Three: Erase Your iPhone
If none of the above works for you, or if you want to erase your entire iPhone without saving anything back onto it, then you can use a backup method before erasing your phone. You can use iTunes or iCloud backups to keep copies of your data elsewhere so that if something goes wrong, you need to restore your phone, at least.
How to Remove Email from an iPad
How to Remove Email from an iPad
1. Open the Settings app on your iPad.
2. Navigate to General and tap Mail, Contacts, and Calendars.
3. Tap the email account you want to remove the Email from.
4. On the list of emails, swipe left to delete all the emails in that account.
5. If multiple email accounts are configured on your iPad, repeat steps 3-4 for each account.
How to Delete All Email on an iPad
iOS devices have a built-in email client that allows you to manage your Email. However, if you no longer need or want access to your Email, you can delete it from your iPad.
To delete all of your emails on an iPad:
1. Open the Mail app on your iPad and sign in to your account.
2. Tap the “Inbox” button at the top of the screen to display your messages.
3. Swipe left or right to scroll through your messages and tap the “Delete” button at the bottom of the screen next to any message you want to delete.
4. Confirm that you want to delete the message by tapping “Delete.”
Miles Morgan is a Boston-based author with a particular interest in technology and its potential to change the world. He has been writing since he was a child and his work has been published in various magazines and newspapers.