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So the other day I noticed when syncing my phone up that there was an abnormal amount of space for the email. I checked it out and all the sent emails had been saved. Now I know i will probably have to go back and delete each one but is there a way I can set it up so they aren't saved in the future?

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Unfortunately there isn't much you can do but delete the sent emails, sorry.
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