I wrote an email from my Yahoo email account and sent it to the wrong email address in Europe. Is it any way I can retrieve the email I sent to the wrong email address and delete it before the wrong recipient can read my email?
There are a couple of exceptions (one of which isn’t really an exception at all), but the answer you need to keep in mind and always remember is simply no.
Once email has been sent, it has been sent. It cannot be “unsent”.
I’ll describe why that is and what those so-called “exceptions” are all about.
Sometimes, my email bounces. Every so often, I’ll send a message, and a short time later, I’ll receive a reply saying that the email failed to go through. Why does it happen? And how do I fix it?
Well, I’m afraid there are many reasons why mail can bounce. In fact, there are so many ways email can fail, sometimes I’m amazed it works at all. But it definitely works most of the time, and one of the ways that it works is that very bounce message that you get.
You see, there’s gold in that bounce message. It’s not only telling you that your message didn’t go through, but if you look a little closer, you’ll see it’s trying to tell you why.
I’m unable to activate the new mail notification on my PC. I clicked on Control Panel and then Sound and Change. I’ve tried many times, but it just won’t work. I’m 82; I live alone; I’m dumb about PCs. Please advise on a simple way to alleviate this problem. Something was said about Messenger and I do have Yahoo Messenger, but still “no go.”
First, please don’t say that you’re dumb.
You’re not dumb about PCs. This is absolutely one of my pet peeves: in my opinion, it just doesn’t help to characterize yourself in derogatory terms like that when all that’s missing is just a little information.
As for your question, unfortunately, there’s no simple way to address that. Let me explain.