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Gmail customer service Number 866-324-3042

Friday, August 7, 2015

Do you know! How to recall accidental emails in Gmail?

We've all sent regrettable emails by Gmail. Whether it's a flirty message meant for a partner or friend but sent to a parent, an expletive-laden missive to your boss or something as simple as forgetting an attachment or spelling someone's name wrong, that moment of instant regret after clicking on the send button will probably be familiar. 

But if you use 
Google email it can also now be a thing of the past, as 'Undo Send', a long-standing feature of Google email (Gmail) Labs and recent addition to the Inbox by Gmail apps, has now been added to the web version of Gmail as an official feature which you can use easily.

With it you can ensure those emails mistakes are never seen by anyone but you. Here's the procedure, how you use it. 

Step 1 - Activate Undo Send 

to activate 
'Undo Send' just head to the Gmail settings screen and you'll find it under the “General” tab. Click to enable it and then select a send cancellation period of between 5 to 30 seconds. This is how long you'll then have to undo the sending of a message which you want to cancel. 

Then just click 'Save Changes' at the bottom of the screen in Gmail and you're ready to go. 

Step 2 - Undoing a sent email massage.

Next time if you send an email with glaring mistakes a little box will appear on your screen with an 'Undo' option. Simply click that and the email will never appear in the person's Gmail inbox. Call 1-888-318-1004 for Gmail Customer Service .