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How to restore permanantely deleted emails? Help!

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I have deleted a very important email permanently from my computer. Can anyone help? I understand there a few programs that may restore them but not sure which one is ok to use. Lots advertised but do… Read More
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I have deleted a very important email permanently from my computer. Can anyone help? I understand there a few programs that may restore them but not sure which one is ok to use. Lots advertised but dont know if anyone can recommend a safe one to use.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
try googleing the question and then read the forums it shows you in the results
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The following software helped me out considerably recently.

I have had no security issues with it but it has to be said I am no expert.

http://www.mt-solution.ca/outlook-express-recovery-software/

Hope it helps.
#4
hottoshop
...but it has to be said I am no expert.



Far too modest Hotto.

Hope all's well stranger?
#5
Hello Golf ! Really nice to see your name and seasons greetings :)
#6
hottoshop
Hello Golf ! Really nice to see your name and seasons greetings :)


Could have sworn your Avi was a bear.....you must have changed it half way through my post, totally out of character for you to change your Avi on a regular basis i know :whistling:

Sorry OP.....promise i wont hijack your thread anymore :oops:





[COLOR="Silver"][SIZE="1"]Pssst - Happy Christmas Hotto.[/SIZE][/COLOR]
#7
terry7866
try googleing the question and then read the forums it shows you in the results


I know but unsure of 'safe' ones to use & didnt know if someone could recommend one please
#8
Link is working for me nb1 just tried it.

Copy and paste it into your browser search box. :)

http://www.mt-solution.ca/outlook-express-recovery-software/

http://www.mt-solution.ca/outlook-express-recovery-software/
banned#9
it would help if you stated what email client you use..................
#10
csiman
it would help if you stated what email client you use..................


Not very good with computers but it says 'Windows Mail' at the top of the screen. Is this right?
banned 2 Likes #11
need to download and install this and run it

http://www.nsware.com/Windows-Mail-Recovery.htm
#12
csiman
it would help if you stated what email client you use..................


csiman
need to download and install this and run it

http://www.nsware.com/Windows-Mail-Recovery.htm


Yeah , stupid me, don't know why I just assumed OP was using Outlook Express and .dbx files.

Good help and advice csiman :thumbsup:
#13
csiman
need to download and install this and run it

http://www.nsware.com/Windows-Mail-Recovery.htm


Thanks. Will try now :thumbsup:
#14
Sorry to be a right pain but can anyone recommend a safe free one. Cant afford to purchase a program.:oops:
#15
nb1
Sorry to be a right pain but can anyone recommend a safe free one. Cant afford to purchase a program.:oops:


It's only £25... just how important is this email?
#16
Babbabooey
It's only £25... just how important is this email?

£25 Is a lot of money to me even if it is not to you. I am a mum of three youg children & this time of year is always hard.

I again ask if anyone can help. Thank you.
#17
lol, calm down dear. People have helped you. I am a dad of one young child, but if the email was that important I would find the money. Don't go to the pub this weekend, or skip a couple of fag packets.
#18
Babbabooey
lol, calm down dear. People have helped you. I am a dad of one young child, but if the email was that important I would find the money. Don't go to the pub this weekend, or skip a couple of fag packets.



Why do people get so personal?
I dont drink, smoke or go out.
I am only asking for a free secure download thats all!

Anyway really BIG thank you anyway to all those people who have tried to help me.
Rep left for all and I cant believe I have managed to track the details I needed via another route after all that.
#19
nb1
Why do people get so personal?
I dont drink, smoke or go out.
I am only asking for a free secure download thats all!

Anyway really BIG thank you anyway to all those people who have tried to help me.
Rep left for all and I cant believe I have managed to track the details I needed via another route after all that.


Glad you got it sorted NB1 and yes you're correct there WAS no need to get so personal. Lord knows why although I suspect it has something to do with these types feel untouchable behind there monitors. :x

Karma,

Use the red triangle at the side of the post to report it if you feel strongly about it.

Take care :)
#20
Generally, if you permanently delete an e-mail, then you've had, especially using interent access accounts.

Most recovery programs are for files that are deleted, not e-mails.

Think of it as putting something in the back of a bin lorry, 99% of the time you will never see it again. Don't permanently delete stuff that you need :thumbsup: The permanent part kind of gives it away
#21
peodude
Generally, if you permanently delete an e-mail, then you've had, especially using interent access accounts.

Most recovery programs are for files that are deleted, not e-mails.

Think of it as putting something in the back of a bin lorry, 99% of the time you will never see it again. Don't permanently delete stuff that you need :thumbsup: The permanent part kind of gives it away


I'm sure you are correct with regard to webmail but there is always a good chance of retrieving Outlook Express emails ( .dbx) via specific software.

I know this to be true after having all my emails corrupted recently. Don't know how it does it but the bit of software I linked to earlier does the job admirably. Didn't get everything back but was more than happy to retrieve the bits I did.

A word of warning to all those who use Outlook Express. From time to time you may get a message up saying something like "Outlook will compress your files to save space"
If you click on yes make sure you just leave the pc/laptop alone until it has completely finished otherwise there is a good chance your O/E will corrupt.

Hope that helps. :)

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