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Sorry, didn't really read the question. Go to Control Panel Click Add/Remove Programs Click on the program and confirm deletion.

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If you deleted the mail, then unfortunately it can't be recovered.

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I have deleted an email that I want. Is it somewhere on my hard drive?

Depends on what email provider you use...In Aol when you click on your mail you see a button at top that says search mail...You can use the email adress alone or subject and email adress to find it. So for instance Type in the persons email name on that search button and hit enete every email they ...

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Yes, they are. I suggest open office.

"Recently Deleted" folder is empty right away- why?

Hi James: My best suggestion would be to contact our Mail Support Team. They can be reached via: http://t.co/0a6HwpM Please note: You may need to copy and paste this link into your browser. Thank you.