I am not easily able to delete any emails. I use Yahoo Mail through AT&T and my normal browser is Firefox. I click on one or more emails, and then click on delete. the emails USUALLY disappear immediately (sometimes nothing happens at all, and I need to refresh the screen and start over), but then the next time I get a new email, all the old ones are back in the inbox. I tried emptying the trash, and sometimes that works, but I have to do it every time I delete one or more emails. And that doesn't always work, sometimes I get an error message that it is temporarily not working. Usually, when I click on delete, I can see that the message is gone for a moment, but the number of messages in my trash file has not increased, so they are simply hiding, waiting to return. I tried using Chrome but had the same problem with emails not deleting. I have run my spyware programs, Adaware, Malwarebytes, Mcafee and Ashampoo Windows Optimizer, with nothing coming of it. I'm sick of this not working, it takes me ten times as long to get through my emails
Re: can't delete emails from my Yahoo mail account
Hey there dragynmyrlin. Thanks for registering for the forums. You can manage your trash folder by hovering the cursor over the Trash folder to see the trash can icon. Then select the trash can to empty your trash. It appears however that you are experiencing another issue. Could you click ATTUverseCare and send a private message please? In that message please provide your name (first/last) email address, contact number and a good time for you to be reached.
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