Is it possible to delete all the messages in my Outlook Express Inbox at once or all messages must be deleted individually?

Is it possible to delete all the messages in my Outlook Express Inbox at once or all messages must be deleted individually?

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Hello

Hold down the Ctrl Key do randon emails selection > then delete.

Hold down the SHIFT key, then click on the first email and you will select all the >, and then delete.

Or click on the first one you want to delete > then hold down the SHIFT key > scroll to where you want to stop everything now shift key > click on that e-mail > between the two will be selected > delete them.

See you soon.

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