Deleting gmail account, emails get dissapeared?

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I have a question regarding a deleted Gmail account. I received an email from a stalker, who made a Hmail account. After she emailed me she deleted the whole account. Now at this moment, I cannot find the email on my outlook account. So my question is, do the emails you send get disappeared after deleting the Gmail account? Because otherwise I might be afraid that she hacked into my outlook account.
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  • TheRealRaven
    What is "Outlook account"? Is that an employer-provided account, perhaps on an Exchange server? Or are you simply using Outlook to access your own GMail account? Or something else?

    Under unusual circumstances, it's possible to "recall" emails, but it's very unlikely that anything would disappear after you saw it.

    Regardless, it's impossible for us to know if you were "hacked" without a LOT more info that wouldn't want to post anywhere online. It's also unlikely that she "hacked" any account of yours unless you had a weak password; and if that's true, then all kinds of questionable things are possible to happen.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    First of all, what version of OL are you using now. However, you can create a new email profile to try out the same.
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