These two types of email use different methods of deleting messages.If messages cannot be deleted, it is likely you are using an IMAP service that has been incorrectly set up.
However, this does not necessarily mean the message will disappear from the list, giving the impression that it has not been deleted.No matter what alternative I tried using - Windows Live, i Cloud - I've always turned back to Google Calendar. Here’s how to fix this, and enjoy all Google Calendar goodness on your Windows Phone without purchasing any third-party synchronization applications. This might seem like a simple thing to note, but it’s worth checking before you dive in and start changing settings when you don’t really need to. A menu will pop up showing all of the calendars currently being pushed to your device.If you notice certain calendars are not ticked, do so and they will be added to your visible calendar.After spending weeks looking for a solution as to why Google Calendar refused to sync certain calendars with i OS, it turns out there are a couple of fixes for what is a rather common issue.Some people find their calendars won’t sync at all, others have trouble getting new events to show up – and I had a peculiar problem whereby only certain shared calendars were appearing.For example, I have a work Google Apps account, a personal Gmail account, and a separate personal Gmail account (reserved for beta signups, receipts, Craigslist sales, and other junk where I don’t want to give out my personal email).