How can I see deleted Facebook messages?
Did you actually delete the message, or just archive it? If you were viewing the message and just hit the X, the message would have been archived and is retrievable. But, if you selected the message and went to "actions-->delete conversation" it's gone forever.If you did just archive the message you can go to your inbox and click "other-->archived" and it'll show your archived messages. If you fully deleted the message though, Facebook doesn't offer any recovery support to get it back. If you really want them only one way u just contact Facebook customer supports to help you and guide you in better way because a cop can access but we can't just because we don't have that authority what they have and the necessity.
How can I prove someone hacked into my email?
I know for a fact that my stepfather has accessed my gmail account without permission. He was somehow able to acquire my password, and used it to log on. He then forward messages from my inbox to his personal email, as well as deleteddeleted messages from my inbox that were important. He forgot to empty the trash when he deleted the messages, so I have the emails that he deleted, and the messages that he forwarded to himself, which contain the date and time and address to which they were forwarded, which was his personal email. One message in particular was a bank statement of my mothers that contained an account number on it, which he forwarded to himself. They are in the process of getting a divorce. Can someone tell me where I go from here?
If somebody hacked my facebook and hotmail, can the police help me?
So if somebody hacked my facebook account and my email adress, and posted some rude things like swearing and hinting that I was a homosexual, rude statuses. Would the police bother tracking them down for me, or am I screwed like the other people who are victims of hacking? I read around that facebook really wouldn't be bothered to sort it out is this true? Should I just make a new account and tell my friends to delete the hacked one
How do I get my deleted account on ROBLOX back?
You can’t get your account un-deleted unless the moderators made a mistake deleting your account; which rarely happens. The only rule violations that can possibly get your account deleted are sexual behaviors/content, scamming, hacking, phishing, and illegal activity. Even with severe rule violations like that, moderators usually give short bans or warnings before deleting your account.If you believe you are 100% innocent, send an email to: “firstname.lastname@example.org” and explain why you are completely innocent. After 30 days, nothing can be done to unban the account. Most appeals gets rejected, because most appeals sent are just begging. Odds are, you did indeed violate the rules severely and ignore the warnings. I hope you can learn from your mistakes.The only moderation batch that can be appealed is the Audio Refund Incident ban. I got this information off the developer forum.
Someone is using my mail account and contact list to send out emails as shown below. How do I stop this?
Get Malwarebytes. Its a free download,use it and then do a full scan.Change your password from a different computer and don't log on to that again until the scan is done and the virus is deleted
How can i permently delete a sponsered link that has attached itself to all my out going emails/replies.?
"Sponsored links: Rock Hard Erections. All New Formula Attacks the Root. Fast. http://alternatemedicinestore2010.com/ar/sig" This the sponsored link that has attached itself to my outgoing/relied to emails. I can highlight it and delete for each email sent but that does not permanently delete it. Help
I got anemil from planet 49 saying i was a selected winner, but im unsure of filling in my details?
This sounds like a SCAM to me. If you click on the below link this site confirms various email scams hitting the internet and provides an online form for the reporting of such, with links for your own country. http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org/id... Unscrupulous thieves have sent you this email and they are trying to part you from your hard earned cash. They will often ask you to call a premium rate number and keep you holding on whilst you rack up a huge phone bill. They are then paid a large proportion of this phone bill. They may ask you to divulge personal information about yourself or ask for your bank or credit card details. Do not divulge any such information under any circumstances. It is surprising how many innocent victims have been duped by these types of emails. Please remember the thieves who send them are very clever and extremely convincing. I suggest you delete the email and send it into cyberspace. Check out these sites for further information : http://www.scambusters.com http://www.hoax-slayer.com/
How do I recall an email in Outlook 2007?
Hi,You can recall a massage in outlook 2007 by the deploying few easy steps:Locate the Sent Items folder.Open the message that you want to recall or replace.Click Actions on the ribbon or menu, and then click Recall This Message.Enable the Delete unread copies of this message option to recall the message. Or, enable the Delete unread copies and replace with a new message to replace the message with a new one.To receive a notification about the success of the recall or replacement, enable the Tell me if recall succeeds or fails for each recipient option.Click OK. If you chose the replace option, type your new message and send it.I hope it will be helpful for you.Thanks & RegardsAshish Ratan Singh
How do I undo a sent mail after one day?
Now, GMAIL does have a “Enable Undo Send” option that you can set, but it is really a “delay send” feature, and it only works to a very short maximum of 30 seconds. But I do suggest people enable it so that they can cancel something from being sent out right away if they realize they hit “send” when they didn’t mean to.Unfortunately, that won’t help you for an Email that is sent out longer then this.And Gmail which is cloud-based doesn’t have a “Recall” feature like Microsoft Outlook Exchange, so there aren’t really any other options. (And note that the “Recall” feature in Microsoft Outlook Exchange is very limited, doesn’t always work, and only works well within certain corporate environments).I do not believe that Google has any way to “pull an Email” out of someone’s inbox once it has been delivered to them.So, here is one option…Build a time machine…Travel back in time to right before you hit the “Send” button..Make those changes to the Email that you should have done the first time and resend it the way you meant to in the first placeProblem solved!Or next time, think long and hard before you hit the “Send” button..Or contact the person you sent it to and ask them very nicely to PLEASE DELETE the Email that you sent before they open it, and that it was sent in error. Although my experience is that if you do this, they will still probably read it before deleting.Or prepare to explain to the person you sent it to why it was a mistake.. remember that important word in life called “apologize” ? Seems that many people these days have forgotten how to do that and think that technology can fix everything.But we are all human, and we all mess-up.Own-up to your mistake, be honest, humble, and maybe they will actually come to respect you MORE as a result of this mistake.And you will have certainly learned an important life lesson yourself…Some things can’t be taken back once they are said or done.Such is life..Good luck and Peace!Dr. Michael Einstein