Having many mails in a single Hotmail’s account can be troublesome, especially when you have mails from 300 different users, and the Inbox is usually full of messages you just read and don’t even make the time to delete them because you must keep on reading mails. But Hotmail has some special tools and options for every user, and for those who have their Inbox always at theirs full, there is this special tool for deleting messages.
Instead of deleting messages each one, you can now set an auto-deleting option so certain mails get deleted in a certain amount of time, you can even set the user whose mails will be deleted, a great option indeed. To start setting this new option, you must first log-in to your Hotmail account, and once you’ve successfully logged-in, head to the Inbox. Once you’re on the Inbox, start marking those mails you’ve read and want to delete in a certain amount of time (don’t worry, you mark this so the system knows which users you’re referring to, one simple mail from a certain user will cause this option to be enabled for this user). Once you’ve selected those mails, click on “Sweep”, and then on “Scheduled cleanup”, and now you can select to delete all the messages from that user that are older than ten days. But not just that, you can also choose to move those mails to another folder once they’re older than ten days, just in case you want to keep them or need them for a longer time than expected.
As you can see, this new option proves to be more than useful for those who wants to keep their inbox as clean as possible, or as organized as well. You just need to take some time (not too much, maybe an hour is more than enough, in extreme cases), and everything will be fixed and in place. Remember that Hotmail loves to treat their users as good as possible, so you can always expect new and useful tool for you to use.