The steps in this article are going to show you how to have your iPhone 11 automatically delete emails that were sent from email addresses that you have blocked.
- Your iPhone deletes these emails based off of contacts that you have blocked on the iPhone. This isn’t affected by any email addresses that you may have blocked through your email provider.
- By default your iPhone will keep these emails in your inbox, but it will mark the message as being sent from a blocked sender.
- You can remove someone from the blocked sender list by choosing the “Blocked” option on the “Mail” menu, tapping the “Edit” button, then touching the red – next to the contact to remove from the block list.
The ability to block text messages and phone calls from specific phone numbers is a great feature on the iPhone.
This blocking feature extends to email addresses, too, and if you have received emails from a blocked sender, then you have probably noticed that the iPhone identifies them as such in the Mail app.
But if you know that you don’t ever need to see emails from those senders, then you might prefer for your iPhone to simply delete the emails from your inbox instead.
Our guide below will show you how to set this up so that emails from blocked senders will be deleted automatically.
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.4.1.
How to Automatically Delete Emails from Blocked Senders on an iPhone
- Open the Settings app.
- Choose the Mail option.
- Scroll down and select Blocked Sender Options.
- Tap the Move to Trash button.
You can view your trashed emails on an iPhone by opening the Mail app, tapping the back arrow at the top-left of the screen, then scrolling down and selecting the Trash folder.
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