How to delete all spam emails in Gmail

How to delete all spam emails in Gmail

If you’ve been using an email for some time, you’ve already noticed that junk emails are coming from unknown senders. Gmail automatically detects these emails and moves them to the SPAM folder. In this folder, emails are kept for 30 days and then deleted. If you want to delete all these unwanted emails, follow these instructions how to delete all spam emails in Gmail.

 

How to delete all spam emails in Gmail:

  1. Open  mail.google.com and log in to your account.How to delete all spam emails in Gmail
  2. On the left panel select MoreHow to delete all spam emails in Gmail
  3. Select SpamHow to delete all spam emails in Gmail
  4. Click on Delete all spam messages now. You can see this link at the top of the page.How to delete all spam emails in Gmail
  5. Confirm the deletion. How to delete all spam emails in Gmail
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Gmail automatically detects these emails and moves them to the SPAM folder. In this folder, emails are kept for 30 days and then deleted. If you want to delete all these unwanted emails, follow these instructions how to delete all spam emails in Gmail.
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