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Safari outlook web access deleting question


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Hey guys, wondering if someone has a work around for deleting emails with Safari. I do not like that you literally have to click each bubble to the left of the email and delete them by clicking one at a time forever down your entire page. Does anyone know of a quick workaround? In windows you can just hold down shift and click from top to bottom and hit delete.. Something like that.

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-Daniel
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