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Topic # 185190 13-Nov-2015 09:48
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I routinely log in to our e-mails online through Spark/Yahoo web access to delete any rubbish we don't want.

Yet even after being deleted online they still download to Outlook on the PC? Stuffed if I can find the setting to stop this either - any ideas please?


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  Reply # 1427395 13-Nov-2015 09:56
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That used to work okay. Once you've deleted them through web access, do you empty the trash? 

Keep calm, and carry on posting.




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  Reply # 1427397 13-Nov-2015 09:59
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Ah no - didn't even think of that. I'll give it a shot - thanks!

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