What is the difference between Trash and IMAP/Trash in Gmail IMAP?

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Gmail IMAP contains a Trash folder and a IMAP/Trash folder. It seems the the IMAP/Trash is the current trash which Thunderbird deletes upon exit and the Trash folder is every email for the past 30 days. It this correct?

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Well if you would like to delete something right away and you wanted to be gone immedietly you put it on the IMAP/TRASH if you don’t care when it dissapears then you set it on the other trash. For example if you just took a bunch of pictures in the nude and some you didn’t like or you a video having sex with somebody and you know that it was not the brightest of ideas then you put the trash in the IMAP/TRASH. I hope this makes sence.

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Shannon

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JAY

Well if you would like to delete something right away and you wanted to be gone immedietly you put it on the IMAP/TRASH if you don’t care when it dissapears then you set it on the other trash. For example if you just took a bunch of pictures in the nude and some you didn’t like or you a video having sex with somebody and you know that it was not the brightest of ideas then you put the trash in the IMAP/TRASH. I hope this makes sence.

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