Many, many, thanks for the continuing support of SpamSieve. For now over 6 years, it has been one of my most treasured tools by taming my incoming e-mail stream. It continues to work superbly with almost never a false positive; however, just to be safe, I do periodically check my Spam folder in Mail and I’m hoping there’s a way to simplify my current practice of deleting the spam e-mails found there.
At present, once I’ve confirmed all the messages in the Spam folder are, indeed, spam, I do a Command-A to select them all and then hit the Delete key–which puts them into Mail’s Trash folder–but then I have to select that Trash folder and do both steps again. I’m hoping once selected in the Spam folder, there’s something I can do to get them completely off my computer in one step.
Is there a keystroke combination (or something else I could set up on my computer and trigger with a single keystroke) that, once the e-mails are selected in the Spam folder, would truly delete them–bypassing those messages first being put in the Trash folder? (If it’s some sort of script, I’d need the specifics as creating a script isn’t something I have done before.)
[SpamSieve v2.9.7; Mac OS 10.8.4 on MacBookPro6,2]