It is possible to delete emails that are certain days old from a specific folder on Outlook.com. Here is how to do it.
Outlook is a top-rated free email service that provides 50 GB of storage for your messages. However, if you’ve been using it for a long time and it’s nearly full, future problems could arise. Users are unable to send or receive emails when the storage limit is reached. In order to continue sending and receiving emails, you’ll need to clean up your inbox.
You can delete emails from a specific folder in Outlook, but you may lose some important ones that were sent to you in recent times. To delete emails by timestamp, open the Storage settings in Outlook and look for the timestamp option. Choose the timeframe for which you want to keep your emails, and then click Delete.
Delete all emails before or after a date in Outlook
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To delete all emails before or after a date in Outlook.com, follow these steps-
- Open Outlook.com and log in to your account.
- Click on the Settings gear icon on the top menu bar.
- Select the View all Outlook settings option.
- Go to General > Storage.
- Select the folder.
- Click the Empty option.
- Select a time range.
- Click the OK button to confirm.
To begin, visit Outlook’s website and log in. After signing in, click the settings gear icon on the top menu bar. Then, at the bottom, click “View all Outlook settings.”
It will open a panel. Make sure you are in the General tab. If so, switch to the Storage tab.
You can see your current capacity and all the folders in your mailbox here. To delete emails from a specific folder, click on the associated Empty button and choose a time range. You have the following options:
- 3 months and older
- 6 months and older
- 12 months and older
Choose an option: Choose an option according to your requirements. Click the OK button to confirm the removal.
Once you do that, it will remove all the emails as per your selected option.
Hello, My name is Shari & I am a writer for the ‘Outlook AppIns’ blog. I’m a CSIT graduate & I’ve been working in the IT industry for 3 years.