- In the Mail app on your Mac.
- Choose Mail Preferences.
- Click Accounts.
- Select an account.
- Click Mailbox Behaviors.
- Check the setting for the Trash Mailbox option.
- If a mailbox is specified.
- You can view deleted messages in the Trash mailbox until they’re permanently erased.
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How to Recover Deleted Email Files in Apple Mail on Your Mac?
By default, mailboxes are not immediately deleted from the Exchange server, but they are kept for 30 days in case you change your mind and want to recover email items from the mailbox. To reconnect a deleted mailbox to the network, go to the Exchange server and access it.
Deleted files (usually) go to the recycle bin after deletion. The Recycle Bin is where deleted emails are stored after you delete them (note that some applications will delete data without putting it in the Recycle Bin).
Mail that has been deleted is kept in Gmail’s Trash folder for 30 days. After this period, your message will be permanently erased by Gmail.
The Shell can be used to restore a soft-deleted mailbox to an existing mailbox by using the New-MailboxRestoreRequest cmdlet. When you restore a soft-deleted mailbox, its contents are copied to an existing mailbox, which is known as the target mailbox.
You can retrieve files that have been removed from both iCloud Drive and other applications within the previous 30 days, whether they’ve been deleted on iCloud.com or another device with iCloud Drive enabled. You cannot, though, recover or restore items you decide to permanently delete.
If you have a file open on your desktop, click the Trash Bin icon and look at all of the deleted files. Step 2. Locate the files you wish to recover, drag them to your desktop. To restore erased data on a Mac from the Trash, right-click them and choose “put back.”