- Go to the Apple Mail app.
- Click the Time Machine icon.
- Go back in time using the timeline on the right edge of the screen until you find a backup containing the deleted emails.
- Click Restore to recover your emails.
Recover Deleted Email Files in Apple Mail on Your Mac
If you’ve ever accidentally deleted a file from your Mac, chances are, it’s still in the Trash. The same holds true for deleted emails—they aren’t actually gone forever unless you empty the Trash or format your hard drive. Try this:
1. Open Apple Mail and select File > Recover Deleted Items…
2. This will bring up all of the files currently in the trash with an option to select which items you want to recover. Click on the messages you want back and then click Recover >>.
Once that is done, they will be returned to their normal spot and everything should be like new again. If not, try restoring from backup (see chapter two).
How to Recover Deleted Emails on Mac 2021
1. How to Disable or Enable Popup Messages in Mail
The new version of Apple mail has a layer of popup notifications you get with every email that comes through. You can disable the feature or change its behavior, if you like:
1. Select Apple menu and choose ‘System Preferences’
2. Go to the “Notifications” pane and uncheck any that say, “Mail.” If there isn’t one named Mail then just click on the plus sign at the bottom left corner of the window. This will bring up this screen where you can add an application to be notified by when it launches.. Click on ‘Mail’ and then select which kind of messages you want to be alerted about. Once done click Save.
You can also decide what kind of alert you wish to be notified of (sound, message, or both). You can also change the icon in the menu bar for Mail along with other email applications. This is not related to disabling popup notifications, rather it’s just setting them up so they are visible in the menubar and even add your own picture.
2. How To Create a Good Signature for Your Emails
A signature is nothing but a combination of text that you put at the end of an email you have written. Your friends will get used to seeing it at the bottom of every email that comes from you. Sometimes it may become annoying if you send out tons and tons of emails everyday using Google apps such as gmail. Let’s just say you do not want it to be too aggressive.
If you think your signature is getting a bit out of hand, you can disable it by going to Mail > Preferences… and clicking on Store in the left pane and uncheck Signatures box. You have four choices: Email, Bcc, Reply-To and From. This will make sure that whether they are sent or received all emails are grouped together (bcc) instead of splitting them up across different email accounts with a Reply To option as well as an option for changes that apply to signatures regardless of who is sending the message based on your own personal settings.
“The worst possible signature,” says Lifehacker so this is important to know:
Never put your name first. No one likes getting emails from a “Hey you,” or worse, just the letter Y. Giving people ego strokes is not nearly as effective as giving them useful information that solves their problems.
Keep it authentic and genuine. Avoid fake signatures like this one found on an internet forum capturing peoples’ IP addresses through zombies with spam links hidden in the background (see right). Just be yourself!
3. How To Quickly Send Email Attached Files With Mail?
You can take advantage of the program’s capability to send attachments that are far too big for email by creating a file package, which you’ll find under File > Package Attachments…
You can also send packages from the Finder. Select a file or folder and choose File > Package for Mail. In the window that follows, you should specify what kind of attachment you want: All Files and Folders (the default), Individual Items with Names, Everything Using Spotlight or None at All.
In the next window, you’ll have to set up an email address where users will be prompted to save files sent as attachments, in addition to specifying a size limit for each part being sent through email (be sure to stick with small file sizes). When ready, click on Create Package. The package can now be attached by typing it’s name into the subject line as well as clicking on Attach in the main toolbar of Mail.
In addition, any software you downloaded can also be added at this time such as Acrobat Reader (the icon looks like a paper). When you send someone an attachment in the future just click on Attach and you’ll see your pre-selected files appear under the Add button.
4. How To Set Up Your Own Domain With Gmail Account?
Create a domain name with Google Domains that matches your website so people can visit it through your email address including @yourdomain.com or add domain as another way to expand your reach. This is particularly helpful if you already own a separate web hosting service for your site since domain names are not included with Google Apps features but can be purchased separately through Google Domains.
To do this, just log in to your own domain account using google domains and add email addresses to your accounts so you can send emails from multiple web-based addresses (you’ll find this under Email Addresses).
For some people, bulk mailing is a huge part of their business so there’s also the ability to set up an AutoForward that replies with a customized message every time someone sends you an e-mail. This way, you don’t have to spend your time addressing each individual email. Once it’s working, any message sent will automatically forward to another email address or list of alternate emails or even get deleted altogether depending on what sort of response you specify. To use AutoForward:
1. Select your auto-forward option and add the addresses you need to receive an incoming message (send replies or delete).
3. Now create an email using the address from the above example Edit>Forward “[email protected]” is being forwarded to>Add Addresses…and type any other emails into the box that pop-up appears or just select them all by holding down CMD+A at the same time then click on OK. You can also choose for this email to be replied to only or deleted.
4. When the pop up dialogue box appears, click on Forward and you’ll be taken directly to your new email account that will receive forwarded messages from Gmail. If you don’t see this message as a pop-up when you open gmail in future, go to Settings>Forwarding and POP/IMAP then tick the box next to IMAP Access (although it’s already checked by default anyway). This is now your main email address so reply as usual but using this new address instead.
The website domain for your Google Apps is automatically included with each address in every email sent out through Google Apps so there’s no need to have separate domains registered if you still want people to be able to visit your website through the email address. You will need to have your own domains if you want to expand your reach by sending invites (such as [email protected]) instead of a company name or work email address).
Once Google Domains is up and running, it’s possible to forward your domain from another hosting provider into these new accounts so that individual emails can be sent out from any web-based email address. This means you can do away with e-mail addresses like gmail2, gmail3, etc., just by setting up each additional email address on Gmail itself.
5. Can I Send Invitations Through Email To My Gmail Account?
Yes, there’s actually an option to do this and it will send out automated invites using the email address associated with your Google Apps account. You just need to be logged into the Google Apps accounts first, and you can then drag-and-drop contacts from Gmail’s address book or manually enter addresses for people you want to invite. Invites are sent automatically when each person clicks on the link in their e-mail inbox.
You can also use this feature if you have a business email addresses (which is usually @gmail.com like [email protected]) but want to give access to other members of your team who have non-business emails, such as [email protected] or [email protected]
6. How Do I Add Google Voice To My Gmail Account?
Google has created a new service called Google Voice which is another section of the Google Apps account. It provides a voicemail number for customers and it can go directly to your mobile, landline, or another phone as well. You can use this as an alternative to having to check in on all of your many different e-mail accounts when you’re out and about (or even at work). All of your incoming messages will now come from one email address so it’s really easy to keep track of everything much better than before.
This will also mean that you don’t have to worry about forgetting about something important because texts and calls will be made – without interruption – through your Google Voice account. They’ll be automatically directed to the correct device, even if you don’t have your phone on you or are at work. Once registered for Google Voice and set it up using a new email address from Google Apps (for example [email protected]), this is now your main e-mail address so reply as usual but using this new address instead.
It’s not recommended that you add both Gmail and Google Voice to the same Gmail account but rather open an additional Gmail account (unless you actually do want them both in one).
7. Can The Default Domain Be Changed?
You can change the domain that is associated with each of your Google Apps accounts by logging into the Admin panel for each one. You’ll then see an option to change the domain and enter a different one instead – you can add up to 10 of them for each account. This is really useful if you want your business name or another personal project in place of the Google Apps default @gmail.com address but it’s not possible to use a custom word as your email address (e.g: [email protected]).