Monday, 20 July 2015

How to Undo Sent Email in Gmail Account [Get Sent Mail Back]

Accidently sent mail to recipient? Have you sent incomplete information to someone? If yes! then don't worry, I am going to share an awesome guide today which will help you to undo set email in your Gmail account.

Yes, you read it right, you can actually get your sent mail back and your receiver will not be able to see it any more as it will be taken out from his/her inbox, isn’t it great? I am sure that many of you must be eagerly waiting for such trick.

Therefore, read out this article and save it for yourself as I am 100% sure that you’ll come to in need of this in future as we all do such kind of mistakes while sending mail to someone, most specifically when it is too important.

Undo Sent Email on Gmail

So, here are the steps which you need to apply to undo sent email on your gmail account.
  • First of all, Sign in to your Gmail account and Click on Settings button and then Click on Settings.

  • Now, come to General tab.
  • Then scroll down and come to Undo Send Section and check mark it to enable it. And, you can also set the cancelation time; the limit for cancelation time is 5 to 30 seconds.

  • You are done with it, now whenever you want to undo any sent mail then you’ll have an Undo button at top of the page, simply click on it revert your mail.


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