- Open Outlook.
- Select the “Deleted Items” folder.
- Go to the “Tools Recover Deleted Items from server”
- Select the email(s) that you would like to recover.
- Click the “Recover Selected Items” button (the icon is an email message with an arrow).
- The email will go back to the “Deleted Items” folder it was in.
Recover Permanently Deleted Emails from Gmail
How to Recover Permanently Deleted Emails in Gmail
When you delete an email, the three dots in the upper-right corner of the screen appear. Tap this button to bring up a menu of email activities. The email will be recovered from deletion and won’t be removed from your inbox after 30 days once you’ve completed this step.
Messages in your Gmail trash are permanently erased after you delete them. Messages, accounts, and residual copies may take up to 60 days to be removed from our servers. Deleted communications might remain on backup devices for a limited period of time.
In most email clients and web interfaces, deleting a message does not truly remove it. Instead, the message is placed in a separate folder known as “trash” or “deleted items.”
Your Gmail account is immediately erased from your Deleted Items folder after 30 days. Messages removed from your Deleted Items folder are retrievable for 30 days. If you don’t see the emails you want to retrieve, they’ve been permanently deleted or placed in the Junk Email folder.
If you’ve deleted an item in Microsoft Outlook or Outlook on the web (formerly known as Outlook Web App), it’s placed in a folder (Recoverable Items Deletions) and kept there for 14 days, by default. You may adjust how long items are kept, up to a maximum of 30 days.
Go to www.iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID to view your iCloud emails. Select Trash from the sidebar to see previously deleted iCloud email. To restore a deleted email to your inbox, select it and click Move.