When you accidentally delete something. That's why we're big fans of backing up, whether you're on a PC, a Mac, Android, or iPhone. You can not back up your Outlook .pst file like any other file and you should. If you're using Microsoft Exchange Server as your mail server, there's a good chance you can recover your mistakenly deleted item. Gmail or Yahoo! mail, your best option is to log into the web interface for your email and search there.)
The Difference Between a Soft and Hard Delete
When you "soft delete" an email, by selecting it and either using "Delete" on your keyboard or clicking the "Delete" option in Outlook, the message is sent to the Deleted Items folder. It usually stays in the Deleted Items folder until you empty the folder (although your company administrators may have changed this to your Deleted Items folder automatically on a regular basis). Emptying the Deleted Items folder is known as a "hard delete" because it deletes the message from Outlook on your computer entirely. So you can "delete" a message from any folder in Outlook by using SHIFT + Delete on your keyboard, which deletes it without sending it to the Deleted Items folder.
go to the Deleted Items folder, find the message, and move it to the folder from which you deleted it. How to Recover Hard-Deleted Messages
When an email is "hard-deleted," it is moved to a hidden "Recoverable Items" folder in Exchange. By default, the retention period for these deleted emails is 1
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You can access this tool in one of three different places: [19659002
Head to Home> Recover Deleted Items from Server.
Head to Folder> Recover Deleted Items.
To recover a deleted item, select it, make sure "Restore Selected Items" is switched to, and then click "OK."
The item will be moved back to the Deleted Item folder, where you can move back to whichever folder you like.
Yo You can recover multiple items from the Recover Deleted Items tool by holding down the key while selecting the emails you want to recover. You've just got a "Select All" button if you want to recover all the emails. Deleted Items folder.
You can also purge emails from here as well. Select items you want to delete permanently, switch "Purge Selected Items" to, and then click "OK."
A warning message will be displayed, which you need to take note of, because if you click "OK" the items you've selected will be deleted, with no way to recover them.
This is a serious warning-purging an item from Exchange, and it's gone forever. There's no reason to purge your email, so if you're in any doubt, do not use the purge option.
If you've deleted something accidentally, and you can not find it using the Recover Deleted Items tool , do nothing else and call your tech support team immediately. They might have tools that can get your email back, but be warned: they might not. So do not forget to back up regularly!