How to Recover Deleted Emails from Free

You have a Libero mailbox and in trying to put some order among the many messages received you have mistakenly deleted some emails that are important to you. Desperate, you then rushed to the web looking for some solution to the thing and you are therefore fake here, on my site, hoping to get useful tips on what to do. How do you say? Things are exactly like this and would you like to understand if I can really help you out or not? Of course yes, these were exactly my intentions.

If you allow me a few minutes of your precious time, it will be my concern to explain to you everything you can do to try to recover deleted emails from Libero. I do not assure you anything, mind you, it depends on some variables (those you find sifted through below), but, as they say, trying does not harm. How do you say? Are you not very experienced in new technologies and worry about having to perform particularly complex operations? But don't worry, it is absolutely not my intention to offer you "abstruse" systems worthy of the best hacker but rather the execution of some steps that can be easily put into practice by anyone, even by those who, like you, do not consider themselves a "geek" ".

Then? How about putting the chatter aside and finally starting to get busy? Yes? Great. So let's not waste any more time and get to work immediately. So position yourself comfortable in front of your trusted computer and read all the information I am about to give you. I sincerely hope that in the end you can feel very happy and satisfied with what you have learned. Good job".

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Recover Free Emails Deleted from the Browser

Do you want to find out how to recover deleted emails from Libero and do you usually use the famous email service through the web interface of the same, directly from the browser? Then try looking in the basket. I know, it may seem trivial to you, but it is a practice that can be very useful to which, however, it is not given great importance.

In fact, you must know that when you click on the button to delete the emails in the section Incoming mail these are not immediately deleted definitively but moved to the folder Trash can where they are left "in stock" for a maximum period of 30 days (unless the trash is emptied "manually" or the direct and definitive deletion of messages has been set in the service settings). After this period, the emails are then permanently removed and can no longer be recovered as they are also deleted from Libero's servers.

Therefore, to try to recover the emails you have deleted from your Libero account, first connect to your mailbox by going to the login page, typing your email address and password in the appropriate fields on the screen and then clicking on button Log in.

When the excess is done, click on the button Read on the left or on the tab Mail above, then on the voice Trash can (which is always on the left) and look through the various emails moved to the section in question. If among these you find the message that you removed by mistake and that you want to recover, open it, click on the item Other which is at the top, select Move from the menu that opens, indicate the position where you intend to move the mail (eg. Mail arrived) and click on the button Move per confermare l'esecuzione dell'operazione.

If at first glance you cannot find the message you want to retrieve, I point out that you can also help you with the search field at the top left by typing in it any reference keywords.

As an alternative to the method I have just indicated and in the event that the e-mail messages on which to act were more than one, once you have identified the emails to be recovered, select the box on their left, click on the item Other which is above and proceed in the same way as I have just indicated.

After completing the above steps, the e-mail (or e-mails) will be immediately married in the inbox of your Libero account or in any case it is in the position previously indicated and you can therefore access it as you usually do with any other e-mail message. It was easy, wasn't it?

Retrieve Free Emails Deleted from Computer

If, on the other hand, you are in the habit of using your Free from computer email account using a specific client for managing electronic correspondence, you can try to recover your messages, as an alternative to the method I have already indicated (and which in any case is ineffective in failure of the synchronization procedure between the mailbox and the client or according to what is set in the program for managing e-mail), by means of Easeus Data Recovery Wizard, a software that, in fact, allows you to recover deleted files from your computer hard disk based on their type. Up to 1 GB of data is free (to recover more files you need to upgrade to the Pro version, which is paid) and can be used on both Windows and Mac.

You ask me how to use it? I'll explain it to you right away. To use it on yours Windows PC, first download it by connecting to the relevant web page and then clicking on the button free Download.

Then wait for the program to be downloaded and completed, then open the file you just obtained (drw.exe) and complete the Easeus Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition installation procedure by clicking in sequence on YesOKforwardTo acceptConfirmationInstall e Complete.

If instead what you are using is a Mac, download Easeus Data Recovery Wizard by connecting to this other Internet page, by pressing the button free Download in the center of the page and then on that Download Now and wait a few moments for the software to download to your computer.

When the download is complete, open the file obtained (mac_data_recovery.dmg) and drag the program icon in the new window that appeared on the desktop onto the folder Applications. Then open the Launchpad and click on the Easeus Data Recovery Wizard icon to start the program. Alternatively, you can launch the software via Spotlight or you can "summon" it through Siri.

If in doing this a warning appears on the screen indicating the fact that it is not possible to start the application because it comes from an unauthorized developer, access the folder Applications macOS, locate the program icon, right-click on it, select the item apri from the menu that appears and then confirm your desire to start the application by pressing the appropriate button.

Now, regardless of whether the one you use is a PC or a Mac, in the window that will open on the screen, put a check next to the item Email and presses the button Next which is at the bottom right. Then select the icon for the hard disk where you want to search for your deleted emails (eg. C:) and click your Scan to start the search.

When the search is complete (it should only take a few seconds, don't worry!), Use the list on the left to browse through all the folders that contain the recoverable deleted files, then right-click on the email files to be recovered (eg. dbx, eml, etc.) and select the item Recovery from the menu you see appear to restore the deleted email file.

Then put the check mark next to them and click on the button Recover ..., then specify the location on your computer where you want to save everything and click on Bene. Subsequently the window will open automatically Windows Explorer / File Explorer relative to the location chosen for saving the recovered emails.

Recover Emails Free Delete from Smartphones and Tablets

You can try to recover the emails deleted by Libero also from your smartphone or tablet. In fact, if you use the official app of the mail service (available for Android and iOS) you can succeed in your intent by acting in a manner almost similar to what has already been seen in the previous lines, when I explained to you how to retrieve mail messages from the Web.

So, first of all start the Libero application on your smartphone or tablet and then press the button with the three lines horizontally found at the top left, select the item Trash can from the menu that opens and try to see if the message you want to recover is present in the trash of your mailbox. If you can't see it, you can also help you with the search field at the top by typing in any referring keywords.

If by doing this you can find the message you are interested in, press it, then stop on the button with the symbol with la folder and arrow at the bottom, select the location of your mailbox where you want to move the message (ex. Incoming mail) and it's done.

As an alternative to the method I have just indicated and in the event that the e-mail messages on which to act were more than one, you can recover the e-mails deleted from Libero that you found in the trash by pressing for a few moments onimage of senders that you find to the left of each message, tapping on the icon with folder and arrow which is below and proceeding in the same way as I have just indicated.

If, on the other hand, you do not use the official Libero app but the one available "standard" on your smartphone or tablet to manage e-mail messages or in any case an alternative application to the official one, you can still try to recover the deleted emails from your account by simply pressing the client icon on the screen of the device you are using in which all the apps are grouped, selecting the item Free from the available accounts and tapping on the item Trash can.

On the screen that will subsequently be shown, search among the messages in the trash for the one you would like to restore. If you can find it, press on it and select the appropriate option attached to the menu of the screen displayed through which you can move the email to the inbox or in any case to another folder of your choice.

As an alternative to the method I have just indicated and in the event that the e-mails to act on were more than one, you can recover your e-mail messages deleted by Libero by tapping on the item Modification and / or adding a check mark next to their titles, pressing on the item to move everything to another folder in your email account and, if necessary, confirming the execution of the operation.