How To Delete Emails Permanently From iPads and iPhones on iOS8

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Are you hunting for the easiest and best means to delete your emails permanently from an iPad or an iPhone? Begin by opening Mail app and moving on to Edit. Move down to this list and around the bottom check if you can see the All Trash Option. Make sure this is ticked so that you can access it from your mailbox page. Now, select All Mailboxes or your single inbox before pressing Edit.  The Next Step Press and hold your Move button using a finger before un-checking the email you had just checked. Once you leave holding onto the Move button, the email must be selected to for moving over to another location. Select move to Trash as an option.   Visit the All Trash folder or the Trash folder before choosing Edit followed by Delete All. Keep in mind that deleting emails will take ample time. Wrap Up [+more]

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Microsoft Set To Launch Flow—A Unique Business-Chat App That Merges With Your Emails

Microsoft Set To Launch Flow

Microsoft is working on an application, precisely a micro-email app, Flow that will allow you to interact with important contacts from your email list over a chat like interface, according to a report in Microsoft Confidential. The piece of news was first leaked on Twitter via a user @h0x0d. Flow will be available as part of Outlook email that already is a popular Microsoft product. From what we gather, the app is in its nascent stages and therefore, the chat features are very basic. The same can be said for the interface as well. The app runs on Exchange, a platform that enables pings onto your inbox. “Flow by Outlook” as seen on the official page header is set to also be up and available on the iPhones for Apple. Just having an email address of a contact you frequently communicate with is enough to use Flow effectively. With the latest [+more]

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Now Report the Fake Facebook Emails at  has come as a respite for those who have been victimized by fake Facebook emails. With the help of this email people can report the malicious emails which reportedly come from Facebook. For those who don’t have an account on Facebook this address can be used to report the pretentious Facebook mails. The emails are meant to steal your passwords and personal information by pretending to come from a genuine source. There are many users who use the same password as they use for their bank accounts and by getting the Facebook password the vital information can be misused. As reported by Associated Press these scams  can be identified by the content they have . The information is vague as compared to other emails which come from Facebook. Facebook told Associated Press “It will report scams to outside security companies and notify blacklists that Internet companies keep to [+more]

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