[CS-FSLUG] Gmail Change

Ritchie, Josiah S. jritchie at bible.edu
Thu Dec 8 11:02:17 CST 2005

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christiansource-bounces at ofb.biz [mailto:Christiansource-
> bounces at ofb.biz] On Behalf Of 'mash
> Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2005 6:17 AM
> To: A Christian virtual Free Software and Linux Users Group.
> Subject: [CS-FSLUG] Gmail Change
> Anyone noticed that this morning in Gmail you no longer "Move
> something to Trash," the option has changed to "Delete."
> Maybe Google is actaully running out of space because when you go to
> the Trash folder/lable it now says...
> "(messages that have been in Trash more than 30 days will be
> automatically deleted)"
> Gmail's original spin was that we should never have to delete any mail
> again.
> Interesting, I am going to spend some time to see if they are changing
> their
> policies or similar.

I think this is more likely a response to those who think they can't
delete anything. Some people have found this concerning. In other words,
it's less them changing policy and more reflecting the policy that
existed. I've been able to delete things from my trash for a long time.


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