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    Default [SOLVED] Empty "Sent" folder

    Hello,

    I couldn't find by myself, and I didn't find anything about it in the forum, so I'm asking to you :

    Is there any way to quickly empty the "Sent" folder like a right click -> empty folder ? It is very convenient to be able to do this on the trash folder, but it could be great to have the same option on the Sent folder, no ?

    Thanks in advance !

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    Of course, when I talk about a solution to empty the "Sent" folder, I mean a solution that can be done by the user, not by the admin, I know the command line but this is not what I'm looking for !

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    Switch to the standard HTML client, click edit, then 'delete all':


    See bugzilla for things like Bug 23686 - Enable "Empty Folder" option for "Inbox" folder. / file another for sent folder.

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