How to Recover Deleted Emails in Outlook? [Complete Answer]
Wondering how to recover deleted emails in Outlook? Keep reading the post! Many times we accidentally delete important emails or items from the Outlook mailbox. Fortunately, we can recover the deleted item following some easy steps.
So, if you have mistakenly deleted a message from your Outlook email account, keep reading the post and find how to recover deleted emails in Outlook.
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Recover Deleted Emails in MS Outlook 2013 or 2016
When you delete any email accidentally in your Outlook 2016 on Outlook 2013, it moves to the deleted items folder first. You can access this folder, and recover the deleted emails or items before they are lost forever.
- Go to the ‘deleted items folder‘.
- Click on the ‘home‘, select the ‘recover deleted items from server‘ option.
- Click to restore selected items, and hit the Ok button.
Your email will now move back to the deleted items folder. Now, you can send both emails and items you have recovered from the server or deleted items folder back to the inbox with the right click on the mail.
If you want to recover the entire deleted folder, you can see it as the subfolder in your deleted items folder. To move the folder back, you need to right-click on the icon and select the location where you want to move it to.
So this is how you can recover permanently deleted emails in Outlook. If you are unable to find the message here, you cannot recover it anymore as it is gone forever.
How to Recover Deleted Emails in MS Outlook 2010?
If you have deleted any email or message from MS Outlook 2010, you can quickly recover it. Here is how to recover deleted emails in Outlook 2010. The first and foremost thing you need to do is to look into the deleted items folder.
- Go to the email folder.
- Click on the deleted items.
- Locate the message you would like to recover and right-click on it.
- Click on the “Move > other folder“.
- Move your email or message to the inbox and hit the ok button.
In case you have deleted the folder, it will show up as the subfolder in the deleted items. For the recovery of the folder, click on the move folder and select the folder you would like to move.
In case you are able to find the message in the deleted items folder, have a check on the recoverable items folder. For recovery of the items, you just need to click on the item you would like to recover and click on the “recover selected item” option.
So this is how to restore deleted emails in Outlook 2010. If you want to recover multiple items at once, you need to press and hold the control key and click on the items. Click on the ‘Select all‘ option, and choose the recover selected items option.
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Recovery of the Deleted Emails in the Outlook Web App
- To recover deleted emails in Outlook web application, you need to sign in to the Outlook web app.
- Look for the “deleted items” folder.
- Once you find the message you want to recover, you need to right-click on it.
- After this, click on ‘move> inbox‘.
- In case you want to move an item to a different folder, you need to right-click on it and choose the ‘move> more‘ option. Select the folder location and hit the move button.
The deleted folders appeared in the deleted items as the subfolder. If you want to recover the folder, you need to right-click on it and hit the move button. Select the folder where you would like to move it.
We hope that the above-mentioned steps will help you to learn how to recover deleted emails in Outlook. If you are still unable to recover the deleted emails in your Outlook account, will recommend you to contact the Outlook Support professionals and get a piece of expert advice.
The experts can help you to find the easy solution for recovering your deleted emails in your Outlook account, and also share useful tips to make your emailing experience better than before. You can contact the team at any time of the day, as experts are available around the clock to provide the required help to the users.