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Old 02-23-2006, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Currently running Windows XP, using Internet Explorer and Yahoo Mail. I need to recover an E-mail that was deleted in Yahoo Mail (trash was subsequently emptied). When a Yahoo E-mail is viewed (downloaded), is it stored anywhere on the computer that makes it recoverable? Thanks.
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Yes I knew that (that mail is deleted from their server when the trash is emptied).

What I was asking, is there anyway to recover it from my computer (I know that internet files are stored locally when they are downloaded usually in some "temp" folder. I have looked at all the temp folders I can find, I'm wondering if the file or folder that it might be in could be "hidden" or located somewhere that I haven't looked).

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The temp files are just for images and sites visited. Nothing in the temp files will contain a email viewed. The temp files are just for when you go to the same sites teh images dont take as long to load.

If you have downloaded the email it should be in a place you specified. If you use a email application then it will be withint hte profile of that application.

If you dont believe me check for youself. Open My Computer. Tools>Folder Options>Show all files. From there go into you XP Drive (should be C and then the Documents and Settings. There should be a folder called Local Settings. In the Application Data is where all your profiles for specific applications are stored. The Temp are the hidden Temp files.

You can search that as much as you want but unless you use a specific tool to download the email to Outlook or Thunderbird or Outlook Express your outta luck. Sorry. If Yahoo cant recover the email from their Server you have to get it resent.
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