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Gmail, can I delete an email then directly go to the next ?

Posted on 2011-02-10
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Hello,

I have many emails. I want delete the email after I read then directly go to the next. no need to go to home then click email then read.

Please is there any way to do like this ?

Thanks
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by:Nicholas Ford
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You currently cannot set Gmail to act this way.  http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/gmail/thread?tid=7bd93f81bf796a89&hl=en
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Nicholas Ford earned 500 total points
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I take that back!  Go into settings and then labs and find the Auto-advance feature.  This will allow you to do what you want.  However, remember, being a lab feature this could go away at any time.
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by:mb4ever
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Peeeeeeerfeeeeeeect :) Great yeeeeeeees. Thaaaaaaaaaanks a lot ndford005 :) God bless you
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