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I want to retrieve emails that were accidentally deleted from my yahoo account. What should I do?

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Check your TRASH folder. If you deleted from trash too you cannot recover it.

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Have lost all of my inbox which I need to retrieve


Hi there,
I'm assuming you have lost the emails out of your inbox. The way I see it one of three things have happened:
  1. They have moved to somewhere else in you mail, maybe into another folder.
  2. They have been deleted.
  3. Your account has been reset.
There are solutions with variable outcomes for all of these:
  1. Either manually search all the folders you have or use the search box to try and find an email you know was in your inbox previously. e.g. If you had a paypal receipt in there search for something like "paypal" or "recipt", if it finds the email/s simply navigate to the folder and we can assume the rest of the emails are there.
  2. First look in your trash/bin/deleted box, its entirely possibly they have been deleted accidentally and are sat in there. Otherwise you may be able to get them restored by contacting Yahoo via this link: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/classic/forms_index.html;_ylt=AsLPcuFD7cjf2zo0f7FvKsoduyR4?last_url=http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/classic/index.html
  3. If your account has been reset all data within it will have been deleted, it may still be possible for Yahoo to restore emails using their back-ups as described in solution 2 above.

Mar 02, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I accidentally deleted two different emails. I didn't empty my trash but it obviously did. Is there anyway to get these back?


Hello recran98, Unfortunately if the emails are not in your trash folder they may be gone for good. One option is to submit a mail retrieval form to Yahoo. They can only retrieve mail that has been deleted in the last 24 hours though. Here is the link: Also, any emails that you have received lately will be lost during the restore process so forward them to another email address if possible. Best of luck. Post a reply if you have any further questions and thanks for using FixYa. Edward

Aug 25, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I accidentally deleted emails that i urgently need..and it seems yahoo have already erased them..is there a way i can retreive them?


Hello sachili06, Unfortunately if the emails are not in your trash folder they may be gone for good. One option is to submit a mail retrieval form to Yahoo. They can only retrieve mail that has been deleted in the last 24 hours though. Here is the link: Also, any emails that you have received lately will be lost during the restore process. Forward them to another email address ASAP. Best of luck. Post a reply if you have any further questions. Edward

Aug 23, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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All of sudden, I got all messages lost from inbox and messages even can not stayed inbox. Thanks


check your trash folder in yahoo mail for deleted emails How to Retrieve Email When Deleted From Trash
When emails are deleted from a folder they usually go to the "Trash Bin" and can be restored to their original location. Emails erased from "Trash" are considered permanently deleted by all email programs. Unfortunately, there are neither general nor easy ways to retrieve emails deleted permanently. The usual strategy is to relay on a backup of the mailbox. Some web based mail services allow you to successfully retrieve deleted mailbox content because, for limited time, they keep backups. The Yahoo Mail can do a rollback of a mailbox to the time specified by the user.
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  1. Step 1 Open the web browser and navigate to Yahoo Mail.
  2. Step 2 Login to the Yahoo account by providing Yahoo ID/password information.
  3. Step 3 Decide on the account rollback time that should be about 1 hour earlier than the incident time . Example: if a email was deleted from Trash at 5:15 p.m. choose the mailbox reset time for 4:15 p.m.
  4. Step 4 Save, print or forward to another account all messages received after the time selected in the step 3.
  5. Step 5 Open another instance of the web browser and navigate to the Yahoo! Mail Restore Help Form.
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  7. Step 7 Click "Submit" on the bottom of the page.
  8. Step 8 Continue monitoring the mailbox and keep backing up all incoming messages (see step 4).
  9. Step 9 The confirmation email from Yahoo mail customer care usually arrives in 6 to 8 hours and the mailbox should be restored as it was on or around the time entered in the step 6.

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There is no way to get the emails back but you can protect your emails in the future by subscribing to Yahoo Plus.

Good luck.

Dec 08, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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I accidentally deleted all my emails from my inbox (and then the trash) thinking I was deleting my sent ones - can anyone help?


It's possible, if it's been less than 24 hours since you deleted those emails to recover by filling out this form.

If using Classic:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/cl…

If using All-New:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/ya…

If more than 24 hours, and the Trash folder has been emptied, there would be no possible way to retrieve deleted emails.

Try to make a habit of NEVER emptying your Trash folder. The emails in that folder are deleted periodically by Yahoo!, so there's no reason for you to take that step.

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How can i retrieve my deleted yahoo messages?


did u delete them from the archive?

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