Accidentally delete some important emails or just simply change your mind after pressing the "delete all" button? Actually, it happens a lot around us in our daily life. You know, deleting emails from within the email program sends them to the program's internal trash or Recycle Bin. If you empty the trash or Recycle Bin, that's it -- the email's been deleted and there's no way to get it back.
Email programs always store each folder as a database file. For example, there might be a folder for the Inbox, another for Sent Mail, another for Drafts, one for the Trash and another for emails you've saved. When you empty the email program's Trash, the email program doesn't delete the emails to the Windows Recycle Bin, but rather empties its own internal trash or Recycle Bin. That's how it works.
Fortunately, WiseRecovey has the solution to this problem. Instead of restoring the database file, WiseRecovey goes one step further and recovers emails individually.
When you recover emails with WiseRecovey, they appear in a compressed .ZIP file (for example, Outlook Express.zip). You can use any standard ZIP file reader (including one built in to Windows) to open the .ZIP file up and see the emails inside. Each email is stored in a standard .EML format, which means that you can import it to any email program -- not just the one it was sent or received from.
With WiseRecovey, you'll never have to worry about losing that important email, even if the email program thinks it's finished with it forever.
What's more, WiseRecovey is able to recover various data in various devices. The types of files include image, document, audio, video, compressed file and email. And the devices that can be recovered include local drive, USB, camera, memory card, MP players, ipod, and removable devices and so on.
- It's to be specially noticed that you must not download and install WiseRecovery into the partition where data loss happened. Also, you are not permitted to save recovered files back to the target partition.
- Use write protection: To prevent further accidental destruction of data, mobile storage devices should be mounted as read-only whenever possible before you attempt any recovery operations. SD cards typically have a write-protect switch, which makes it easier to protect them before attempting a recovery operation.