Hi , I use outlook 2010 to get my gmail emails.
There's a folder of 21000 emails called All MAILS.
I deleted all emails in there but they keep coming back????
How do I get rid of them?
thanks for the help!
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Tried emptying the trash?
philjansAuthor Commented:
I tried it and more and none works... I am able to delete the Deleted Items and others but not the "All Mail"... this one always have "deleted" emails reapearing in it!
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philjansAuthor Commented:
The link pointed to a 2007 but it's ok it help me found this:

"If you delete a message from your inbox or one of your custom folders in your IMAP client, it will still appear in [Gmail]/All
Here's why: in most folders, deleting a message simply removes that folder's label from the message, including the label identifying the message as being in your inbox. [Gmail]/All Mail shows all of your messages, whether or not they have labels attached to them. If you want to delete a message from all folders, move it to the [Gmail]/Trash folder.
If you delete a message from [Gmail]/Spam or [Gmail]/Trash, it will be deleted permanently.
For client-specific settings that affect deleting and storing messages and drafts, please see our Recommended IMAP client settings.
Important: Please note that if you're using an iPhone with software update 1.1.3 or later and you automatically configured IMAP by tapping the large Gmail icon in Mail, messages trashed from your iPhone will be moved to the [Gmail]/Trash folder rather than the [Gmail]/All Mail folder, where these messages are set to be permanently deleted after 30 days. For more information, please see our article on deleting and archiving on iPhones or visit Apple Support."

So what the All Mail is, it's a shawdow of all emails you have everywhere so if you delete an email in there, it will also delete the real email from the real location which could me your Inbox, Sent Items and others so be carefull.

And to delete them you have to move them to trash and then delete.

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tx for posting the clarification
philjansAuthor Commented:
Correct full answer
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