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I have accidentally wiped an email from my drafts folder. Is there any way I can get it back?

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    Ron Lewis May 11, 2010

    What are you using? Outlook or Outlook Express? Have you looked in your deleted items folder?

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Yes check your sent folder

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I sent an email from my draft to an obselete address and lost it.


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Hi I'm desperate because I dont know how my password for my email (hotmail) got changed, and when I reseted it, I lost all my emails. They where very important emails. My inbox is on "0" again....


You might not be looking at your inbox. Particularly with Windows Live Hotmail's new interface, it's easy to overlook which mail folder you might have selected. If you've accidentally clicked on a folder that has nothing it, like "Drafts", it might appear that your inbox is empty. Before panicking, click on the "Inbox" icon on the left to make sure you're looking where you think you are. This also clears "full message view" which can obscure the list of messages in your inbox.
You've selected a display filter. Next to the "Sort by" item in the Windows Live Hotmail column header is a small icon that allows you to "Show only messages..." that meet a criteria. For example you could elect to show only messages that have an attachment. If there are none, then your inbox will appear empty. Once again, clicking on the inbox icon to the left will clear the filter and show you all messages in your inbox.
It just disappeared for reasons unknown. I hate to even have to include this as a possibility, but as best I can tell it happens. Recently it seemed to occur as accounts were switched from the old style MSN Hotmail to the new Windows Live Hotmail, but that should be over by now. Nonetheless, I've not been able to determine a common cause or reason. It just happens
You can try to contact customer support. The quickest route I found was this link: https://support.live.com/eform.aspx, and then click on Windows Live Hotmail. You can then submit a support request.

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Thanks, Joe

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I was compossing an e-mail and my computer must have an automatic turn off or something . first I want to retreave the e-mail I was compossing, second I want to stop the computer fromdoing yhat again .


It's likely that the email is gone. If you were using an email application like Outlook, it may have been automatically saved to a Drafts folder. If not, it's likely lost. Regarding it turning off, that's a tough one. You may have accidentally hid a "sleep" key on your keyboard, if it has one. There also may be an overheating problem that caused your computer to shut off to prevent damage.

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In trouble!


system resotre is best option. it all depends on whether you selected to remove files and folders assosiacted with these programs.
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I have had an email saying that I am 75% full up and I think it is all the spams in the blocked spams folder. I have been into tools and then into message rules and then into blocked senders list but...


What email program are you using? Message rules or block senders list do not store mail, they are settings. Find your junk mail folder and delete all messages in it. Also it sounds like you may be leaving the messages on the server rather than actually pulling them down to your local system. Is this intentional or accidental? Who is your email with?

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My hotmail account


Spam is the folder that you should look inside.

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Hi, In Windows XP SP2 ,assuming that all the viruses have been removed and there are no other issues, go to Control Panel, Network Connections, right click on Properties of your Networking Card or Wifi, in the General tab click on Install, highlight Protocol, click on Microsoft, select TCP/IP, OK. Btw, I don't recall Windows having any folder TCPIP. In any case, hope this be of some help/idea. Post back should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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