Gmail is a free Web-based e-mail service that gives customers a gigabyte of message storage and allows users to search for specific messages. Gmail also creates a conversational thread by automatically grouping together comparable messages.
When you delete a Gmail message, it doesn’t disappear immediately. Fortunately, you have up to 30 days to retrieve the message before it is permanently lost. You may quickly recover an email from a web browser, iPad, iPhone, or Android device if you need to.
How to Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail
How to Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail on PC or Mac
- Open Gmail in a web browser on your computer.
- Sign in to your Google account if you’re not already logged in.
- On the left side of the page, scroll to the bottom of your labels and click More.
- Click Trash.
- To pick each email you want to recover, click the checkbox to the left of the message you want to recover.
- At the top of the message list, click Move to and then choose a location (like Inbox) to recover the emails to.
How to Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail on Android, iPhone and iPad
- Open Gmail app.
- At the top left, tap the three-line menu and tap Trash.
- Tap the round user icon to the left of each email you want to recover. It ought to become a checkbox.
- At the top right, tap the three-dot menu.
- In the popup menu at the bottom of the screen, tap Move to.
- Tap the location (like Inbox) where you want to recover the emails to.
How to Recover a User’s Emails in Gmail as an Administrator
- Sign in to the Google Admin Console.
- On the Home page, click Users.
- In the list of users, click the user you are trying to recover messages for.
- Click More, then click Restore data.
- Choose the date range for the emails you want to restore.
- Select Gmail as the type of data to restore.
- Click Restore.
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