[solved] How to delete all emails from your Mac?

Written by  Tuesday, 13 February 2018 15:27

Launch the Terminal, you'll see a list of all your messages. From the mail prompt, do

$ mail
? delete *
? q

And that should be it. Make sure do to the q after the delete * command, that saves the changes to disk.

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