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Recovering Deleted E-mail

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by riotgrrl42, Feb 11, 2005.

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  1. riotgrrl42

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    I have web based e-mail I use every day. Hotmail to be exact. Is there any way possible to recover soemthign I deleted from here? I accidentaly deleted something very important and have no idea how to get it back.
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    The deletion is on the Hotmail server. Not on your system, or under the control of you or your system.

    You would need to discuss the matter with Hotmail support, but it's extemely unlikely that they would do a restore I would imagine.
     
  3. sekirt

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    You have 1 possible chance. Assuming you didn't empty your cache (Temporary Internet Files).

    Start->Find. Files or Folders...
    Where is says Named type in *.*
    Where it says Containing Text type in something unique that appears in the email. It must appear exactly as you type it (case insensitive).
    Where it says Browse, navigate to C:\Windows\Temporary Internet Files

    Good luck.
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