[jaws-uk] Re: Recycle Bin mystery

  • From: "Brian Lingard" <b.lingard@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jaws-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 20:05:57 -0500

Ottawa Canada

Dear Dorothy and list:

If by the recycling bin you mean the deleted items folder of
Outlook Express, this is where e-mail messages you delete are

There is a command at least in Outlook 2003 to empty the deleted
items folder.

From the list of e-mails say in the inbox in Outlook, I may press
alt plus "t" for the tools menu, then type "y" by itself and I
get a prompt asking if I am sure I want to permanently delete all
messages and folders in the deleted items folder, and to press
"y" to do so.

Probably Outlook Express also has this feature.  If you haven't
permanently deleted all messages and folders in the deleted items
folder, lately, you probably should.

I don't know why all the messages in your other folders of
Outlook Express would be appearing in deleted items.

Brian K. Lingard
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