I work in IT and I'm part of an on-call rotation. Normally we use a dedicated on-call phone, but that's not available since covid, so I'm using my own device right now. We had a major networking outage tonight which resulted in roughly 600 SMS notifications from our monitoring service to my phone.
The problem is that each one of these notifications comes from a different address (I don't know why/how that works). So rather than 600 new messages in a single conversation, I now have ~600 new conversations in my Messaging app with a single message each. I would like to delete them so I don't have to scroll through 600 conversations to find my conversations with friends.
Is there any way to bulk delete conversations based on some kind of search filter? I did see this question, but the answers only address how to delete all SMS messages. I would only like to delete the conversations which were generated by this incident.
I'm on a OnePlus 3T with LineageOS 17.1 (based on Android 10). My phone is rooted so I can run adb commands on it from my Linux desktop.