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This wouldn't be feasible in many scenarios, including situations where people are using disk rotations and people using a script that mounts the network share destination just before the backup runs and then disconnects from that share afterward for security reasons. Reflect doesn't keep a local catalog of every backup that has ever been created by a definition file (the log files are just HTML files, not a database type file), and I would argue that even providing an option to delete a bunch of backups while deleting a simple definition file would be very dangerous. Just because I want to delete a job file does not mean I want to lose the backups it has created, for example. The reason the option to delete the scheduled tasks exists is because they won't work anymore without the definition file anyway. In terms of an option to move them somewhere else, I don't see what the point of that would be; deleting a definition file doesn't mean there's that leaving backups where they were originally stored becomes a problem.
To delete backups, go to the Restore tab, select the correct backup type "sub-tab", then click the "Folders to search" link and make sure any folders that contain backups are listed there. From there, you can delete backups by selecting Other Actions > Delete backup.