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recover deleted file folder-comcast email

Is there a way of recovering a deleted folder with emails from comcast's email?
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Re: recover deleted file folder-comcast email

I don't think so. Comcast has backups, but they're only used when something breaks on their end, not to help users recover from their own mistakes.
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Re: recover deleted file folder-comcast email

Can I retrieve a deleted folder found on me email listing?

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Re: recover deleted file folder-comcast email


kakolbjorn wrote:

Can I retrieve a deleted folder found on me email listing?


If you are talking about only the Comcast/Xfinity webmail, the answer is no.  If you are using an email client program like Outlook, Windows Live Mail or Thunderbird, you might be able to, IF you are also using an external back-up drive.  

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