Many of us wish at times that the email we just sent to someone can be brought back because we sent that email in the heat of the moment or by mistake. There is a setting that allows us to recall our emails, but that setting needs to be activated. Let us find out if that setting is available in SBCGlobal email or not.
Many email users want to know if they can undo the sent mail or not. The reason they want to recall their emails is that sometimes, they send some in a hurry or when they are in a bad mood, and after they realize that the mail has been sent in a wrongful manner, they want it back. This feature has to be there in ATT net email login because many people have clamored for it in the past.
Mails that are sent an hour or two ago should not be brought back because it is very much possible that the recipient has read the mail by that time. I think what people want is, the emails they’ve sent just 5 or 10 seconds ago can be recalled if sent by mistake. What I have seen, this feature is there in Gmail, but it needs to be activated. The same needs to be done in SBCGlobal email login as well. It is not that easy to find this option and activate it. But, many people have already activated this option and making full use of it.
Apart from Gmail, there are other email client-server combinations that offer ‘email recall’ option. But, again, you will have to use proprietary techniques to activate this feature. If you are using MS Outlook with MS Exchange Email Server, then you can easily recall your email. You can also recall an email when using SBC Yahoo login as your primary email service. The email is going to be removed from the recipient’s inbox. It is not be noted that this is not a standard feature in any email service, still, there are a number of things that are dependent on the mail server. The mail server is going to control sender accounts and recipient accounts. To know more about it, you have to go through the articles related to this particular topic.
If you use Gmail as your primary email service, then you must have noted that there is a time delay given that you can insert prior to the emails that you send. It is, therefore, possible for you to prevent an email from reaching the recipient’s inbox in which you act before the time delay expires. Just go to SBCGlobal email settings and activate that ‘undo sent email’ option. You can’t say this ‘recalling’ an email, but it is simply the canceling of the email before it reaches the recipient’s mail.
If you are using any other email service, then you have to go to the settings and look for an option that can help you recall the emails. There has to be an option, and all you need is to reach out for that option.
The easiest way of delaying sending of the emails is to go to File, then Offline and finally, ‘Work offline’. You will find all the emails stored on the local server, and furthermore, it will not be sent to the receiver inbox until you get back online or click on the option that says “Get messages”. Or, look for similar kind of option. You can easily find a similar option in the SBCGlobal mail. You have to use your skills in order to find the right option to enable this feature.