How to use aol search and recover to get your lost Aol mails?by Mike Metsan Web Approach
Accidentally deleted any important email from your inbox?
Don’t panic; as the deleted email gets automatically moved to the Recently
Deleted folder or Trash. The file remains there for up to 7 days and after
which it gets permanently out of your mailbox. If it’s been more than seven
days that you have deleted some email then go for AOL Search and Recover. To
avail its service, you have to first register for it (30-days free trial) by
following the below-mentioned steps:
1. Go to Search and Recover page
2. Hit Try it Free For 30 Days
3. If you have already registered, then hit Sign in by providing your existing details
4. If you are a new customer, provide the required details to register for Aol search and recover
5. Provide your billing info including credit card details, name, address, etc.
6. Review the information once and click Start My Free Trial
7. After the Order Confirmation, you will receive an email on your provided email ID
8. On the Account information page, you will find an activation key
9. Just below to that, click Download now button
10. Now, choose Run to begin downloading
11. Let the Setup run
12. Hit Next
13. Go through the License agreement and choose I Accept and then Next
14. Provide your email address and the activation key
15. Click OK
16. On the next window, Click OK once again
17. Follow the further instructions
18. Click Finish in the end
19. You can now begin using Aol search and recover software
Once installed on your device, the software backups all the important files by creating safe storage. It has built-in features to recover your deleted files along with the emails from your mailbox. So, don’t worry about your lost emails as Aol search and recover is here to rescue all your lost files or folders.
If the aforementioned steps don’t work in your favor and you are still unable to recover your emails simply contact AOL support team at their AOL toll-free number.
Created on Feb 9th 2018 06:00. Viewed 317 times.