Going back to basics

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  1. joodyanne

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    I havent used my mini ipad for some time (previous messages to you might show what one I have).

    I can't get into anything as it doesnt recognize my passwords, BUT it will not give me the option of creating a new one.

    I need Outlook Password, iCloud password and Apple password. Can you tell me how I can create new passwords for all these please?
    Judy

    It may be a 4
     
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    All good scifan, now I just need the option to change Outlook password.

    Is there a quick way of deleting multiple emails rather than one by one?
     
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    You could try going to the Outlook email website to see what password recovery options are offered.
     
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    I must have got in eventually!!! I did find a password and it worked.

    Can you help with the 2nd question please?
     
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    If your iPad is up to date (iOS 9.3.1), go to the Mail app. At the upper right, above the list with the emails, you'll find "Edit".
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    When you tap it, it will be possible to checkmark the emails you wish to remove.
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    That done, tap "Delete" at the bottom.
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    That was easy enough - thank you. The only problem is I don't know if I have iOS 9.3.1 or not, and where to check?
     
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    Go to Settings>General>About and look down the list until you get to Version. It shows the iOS version currently installed on your iPad.
     
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    Simply select Settings -> General -> About - the iOS version of your iPad should be half way down the right column; since from your first post quote above (first sentence) states that you have not use your mini ...for 'some time', you likely will need to upgrade the operating system, if desired?

    Also, the 'model' & 'serial number' of your device is listed below the iOS version - GO HERE and enter either one and your iDevice will be looked up and shown.

    Finally, take a look at the Apple Support Manuals site - iPad manuals can be viewed online or downloaded, so you can learn about the iPad and its iOS - good luck. Dave :)

    ADDENDUM: Oops - Scifan.. beat me to the draw! ;)
     
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    But your answer had more info.
     

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