Recover deleted emails in Gmail: Trash folder
Gmail has a great feature that helps you discover old emails, this search function even works with the trash folder. All you have to do is, first, move to the trash folder. Then you have to click on the search function. You can refer to the image below.
Now you have to search for the keywords that you think your email might contain. Now, you will be presented with some messages that contain the same terms you entered in the search box. Once you have found the message, all you have to do is transfer that email to the inbox folder or any specific folder, it's totally up to you.
First, you must open the message, then click on the Move to button as shown in the image above. Now select any of the folder in which you want to transfer your message. That's!
Note: Deleted messages remain in the trash folder only for 30 days after removal. After 30 days, the messages will be permanently deleted.
Can not find the trash folder?
If you can not find the trash folder, you just need to follow some easy steps that are mentioned below:
First, open Gmail.
Then click on the Adjustments icon,Adjustments button.
After clicking on the Settings button, you will be directed to the General configuration, now you need to change to the Labels.
When you scroll down, you will find a Trash option that could be configured to hide, you just need to select the show Option as shown in the image.
Recover permanently deleted emails in Gmail:
When deleting messages, if you select the Delete forever option, then it can be a big problem, if the selected message was important.
According to Google, if you deleted a message by selecting Delete forever, you will not be able to recover it. But if your message was permanently deleted because someone entered your Gmail account without your consent
It's not as simple as it seems, they just say: "You can ask." But surely they do not promise a solution. If you delete any message permanently, that message will be deleted at the server level. If you deleted it, Google will not even try to recover it for you.. The company receives thousands of emails daily and do not really have time to respond to each of the emails they receive. Still, you can try filling out this form since there is no loss in it. I hope you help with this.