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I have read all the current responses, and still do not see an answer, but I too have a desire to remove ALL E mails in the category of "all mail". How do I do this???

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  • You do realize that "All Mail" is exactly what it says? Do you really want to delete all of your email messages? Or are you looking for a way to find all of the messages that aren't otherwise labeled? – ale Jan 25 '14 at 21:24
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Click "All Mail." Select all the messages by clicking the checkbox box, and selecting "All." A sentence will appear at the top of the screen with a link, "Select all X conversations in All Mail." Click that link, which will select ALL of the mail in your Gmail account (not just the first 100). Click the trashcan to delete.

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