Gmail: Did you delete an email from the trash? Here the trick that allows you to recover it

Simple. If you use Gmail and by mistake you deleted a message from the trash, you have to try this trick to recover all the deleted emails

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Take note. Although Gmail is the most popular email service today, most people don’t know all the cool tricks that Google added. One of them allows users to retrieve messages that they deleted from their recycle bin . Here we tell you how.

When you delete an email from your inbox, it is transferred to the recycle bin. It will be there for about 30 days; If during that period you accidentally deleted it, recovering it will be a very difficult task, but not impossible.

It is worth noting that it will not be necessary to install programs such as Recuva or Stellar Data Recovery , since Google has its own mechanism to help users who deleted an important message by mistake. Here we teach you how to use it.

How to recover an email if you emptied the trash?
1. Open your Gmail account on a PC or laptop

2. Go to the ” Gmail Message Recovery Tool ” page. You can find it by entering this website

3. Press the ‘Continue’ button to start

4. Google will inform you that it will try to recover the emails that were deleted from the trash in the last 30 days. That is, you will not be able to recover older emails.

5. After a short scan, you will get a message that will confirm if they were able to retrieve your Gmail messages or not.

Check the Sent folder
If you deleted an important email, but you answered it before deleting it, it is very likely that you can recover it, since it would only be hidden. Enter the ‘Sent’ folder in Gmail and both messages will appear.

Gmail: how to use the ‘offline’ function to read your emails even if you don’t have internet?
Although Gmail is the most widely used email service in the world, most people are unaware of all the cool features it has. One of them allows the user to read all their messages even though you do not have an internet connection .

According to Paréntesis, a portal specialized in technology, this tool (which is deactivated by default) is ideal for those people who are in an area without coverage and have a long list of unopened emails.

It is worth noting that the work offline function of Gmail does not allow you to send emails, only check those that are in your inbox and you still do not open, it does not matter that they are from a long time ago.

How to activate this tool?

1. First, you must log into a laptop with an internet connection

2. Press the nut icon (upper right corner) and choose the option see all settings

3. A window with many tabs will appear, search for an offline call

4. Finally, enable the option to work offline and you will see that you can customize this tool.

Gmail: is it useful to put periods in our email address?
Gmail is one of the most used email services in the world and, although it still competes for hegemony with Hotmail and Outlook, its capabilities have been growing for more than 10 years. Perhaps that is why there are still those who are unaware of some of the platform’s most useful tricks, such as one related to the points that are included within an address.

Surely you have noticed that many people usually put points in their personal email address, such as: ” juan.perez@gmail “, but although this address may be valid, on the platform, no distinction is made to variants such as ” juanperez ”. Everything is clear when sending an email and, precisely, when writing said username . Here more details.

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Written by Leena Wadia

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 9 years.


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