You’ve ‘still’ got mail

Several years ago I swapped my Gmail account away from Apple’s mail programs on iOS, but more particularly macOS as the latter was just doing weird things with this mail platform. I swapped to Microsoft Outlook and thought all was going well, until they too made changes recently.

Now, i am none too sure whether it is Google responsible for the issue or the email programs, but emails I had dealt with many months ago just never seem to clear out, in fact they keep reappearing. Anyone reading this ever experience the same? I access across multiple devices: iPad Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, an M1 MacBook Pro and a 2018 Mac Mini.

This afternoon I decided to swap away from Outlook back to Mail on the iPad and iPhone, and am yet to do same on the laptop and desktop. Before swapping on the iPhone I archived almost 200 emails that kept cropping up. I then migrated apps on the iPhone and again the emails resurfaced as though I’d done nothing; it’s rather frustrating. Perhaps the solution is to ditch Gmail?

Would love to hear if others have this experience, and if so, did you resolve it?

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