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I am trying to delete emails from one of my accounts that I have forwarding to my i-mail, and it reads:

The message “XYZ” could not be moved to the mailbox “(null)”
The destination mailbox “(null)” does not allow messages to be moved to it.

Can anyone please help me?
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Sounds like your deleted messages are not wanted to be stored on the server. If you go to your account preferences and "mailbox behaviors" try unchecking "store deleted messages on the server"...you may also be able to choose the correct trash folder to store your deleted items in. It just depends on the mail host.
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