How do I delete mail from trash folder

I know how to delete the mail from my trash folder one email at a time. I have setting set to remove the trash folder every day, however, it isn't working. I have emails on that have been deleted 2 or 3, if not more days.
Can someone tell me how to fix this, please? This deleting one email at a time from my trash folder is a bit of a pain.
Thank you for the help!!!
ryderdm

You can delete all of the emails at once from the trash folder. Tap the edit button at the top, tap the red delete all button at the bottom and tap delet all again in the pop up.

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