UPDATE: SOLVED...See 2nd Post for details! UPDATED AGAIN: Added info for iOS 5+ I want Mac Mail to *permanently* delete messages in Gmail. I don't want them to be "archived" to the All Mail folder or anywhere else for that matter. When I hit Delete, I want the message gone, never to be seen again. I'm stumped. I've googled and searched the MacRumors forums to no avail, so perhaps someone can explain this who's figured it out. YES, I understand the Google philosophy of never deleting mail, but I don't care. I want it gone forever, every time I hit Delete. YES, I understand I can turn off syncing of the All Mail folder so it doesn't show up in Mac Mail, but the messages are still there. I want them gone. Kaput. Finished. YES, I must be the only person in the world that wants to read an email once, and only once, then delete it out of existence, permanently. Help, please???