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Many email users know the feeling of having inadvertently clicked the wrong link in their email program. In a moment, they can wipe out hours of work.
Other users have faced the frustrations that result when a mistaken click deletes their entire email history.
Gmail has built safeguards into its email program that will allow a user to recover deleted emails. Gmail also allows a user to recover a deleted Gmail account as long as the core Google account remains active.

Log in to your Google account using your Google username and password.
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Open the Gmail inbox page and click "Trash" on the left-hand toolbar.
Click the box next to the message that you would like to restore.
Click the "Move To" button on the Trash box's toolbar, and then click "Inbox" on the dropdown menu.
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Many email users know the feeling of having inadvertently clicked the wrong link in their email program. In a moment, they can wipe out hours of work.
Other users have faced the frustrations that result when a mistaken click deletes their entire email history.
Gmail has built safeguards into its email program that will allow a user to recover deleted emails. Gmail also allows a user to recover a deleted Gmail account as long as the core Google account remains active.

Log in to your Google account using your Google username and password.
Go to the Google homepage and click "Sign up for Gmail."
The Gmail sign-up form will open with your former Gmail username in the username field.


Complete the sign-up form and enter your existing Google account password. Click "Continue."
Your Gmail inbox should appear.

Restoring a Deleted Gmail Email

Open the Gmail inbox page and click "Trash" on the left-hand toolbar.


Click the box next to the message that you would like to restore.


Click the "Move To" button on the Trash box's toolbar, and then click "Inbox" on the dropdown menu.
The deleted message will be restored.

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If Trash is not deleted then recovery is possible

1. signIn to your Gmail account

2. On left side click on below travel "6 more"

3. Under that click on "Trash"

4. All deleted mail will open

Enjoy!!
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