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Click on 'All Mail' on the left. When you see the message, open it, and choose the 'Move to Inbox' option to "un-archive" it. Alternatively, you can use the search feature to locate the message (the search box should be towards the top of the Gmail page.)


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You'll never be able to ensure that it's not archived/captured somewhere. Depending on how quickly your content gets crawled by the search engines you probably need to ask them to remove it. (How to get content removed from Google) Even if you do this with the big three search engines there are countless other bots crawling the web that may have captured ...


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In the Gmail search box, type -label:inbox -label:sent -label:drafts -label:notes and press enter. That should give you all your archived messages. Once there, select All and then click Select all conversations that match this search to ensure that all messages are selected. Click Delete. They'd still go the the Trash though so you'd have to empty the ...


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In the right hand pane select Board Menu and Archived Items This will display a list of Archived Items. You then click the Send to Board button on the item and it will be reinstated to your board.


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Unfortunately, no. "Archive" does nothing but remove the "Inbox" label from the conversation. Labels can only be applied to (and removed from) conversations. If you turn off Conversation view (an ability only recently added to Gmail) then it does appear you can change the labels on the messages individually. But then, you'll lose what I think is the ...


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Just search for -label:inbox.


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If you want to search for more than one archived email, entering the following into the search bar will list all your previously archived emails: has:nouserlabels -in:Sent -in:Chat -in:Draft -in:Inbox


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To download your data, log into Facebook, then click the little arrow in the top right and select "Account Settings". In the bottom left of your "General Account Settings" find the line of text that says "Download a copy of your Facebook data" and click the link.


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Only way I can think of is mark all with a label and put them back in your inbox then filter by the label you created select all and archive EDIT: Filter by typing label: trashlabelname in the serach box, or the label should be on the left hand menu


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Unsubscribe. The posts you've already downloaded will remain searchable.


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There are two places you may want to start from. They may not provide what you want, but at least you will be much more familiar with the issues. Gnip, which has a special agreement with Twitter to resell their twits in bulk DataSift that are providing an SQL-like layer on top of Twitter stream


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In the History section in the navigation options on the left-hand side. You can click History to view everything, or one of the sub-options such as Voicemail.


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Our company's email is hosted by Google Apps, and I asked Google Enterprise Support the same question. They answered that the search syntax for archived messages is: has:nouserlabels -in:Sent -in:Chat -in:Draft -in:Inbox Here's the reference documentation for Gmail's search: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7190?hl=en


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An archived email is just an email with the inbox label removed. Search for it, or open a label that it should be in, then click on move to inbox.


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You can try going to http://m.facebook.com/ and click on "Messages". Select a person to view the history, and click on "See Older Messages" once. Notice that &start= part in the URL, that's the number of received and sent messages minus 7. Notice the &page_size=7 part in the URL. Currently, Facebook does not limit this number, you can set that to ...


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Simply move them to Inbox first, to take 'em out of the Trash. Then proceed as usual. If by any chance your inbox isn't empty (as it should), you should probably label them before sending to inbox, so you can easily select them then. Every organization method in gmail, including folders, is actually just a label hidden or tweaked. Try creating a label ...


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Gmail has a "Google EMail Uploader" desktop utility that can do it for you.


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You can create a filter if you use the condensed short syntax like so: -label:{inbox trash sent spam} This won't overly help your situation though, since filters only operate on incoming mail. Your best alternative at this stage may be to bookmark the search so you can quickly mark all as read. For something a little more persistent, you could enable ...


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You can use in:(anywhere -inbox) label:unread or in:anywhere label:(unread -inbox) in:anywhere is the same as "All Mail": mails in inbox, archived, and sent mails. When used in conjection with labels, like label:any, it further expands to trash, spam, draft as well. The () after the : makes it an AND operator: all conditions inside () must be ...


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The only way to lose a message is to delete it. Archiving a message will never delete it. Assuming that a filter isn't used to automatically apply a label, the incoming email will only have the inbox label. As you work with the message you can manually add multiple labels. The Archive command removes the inbox label from the message/conversation. If the ...


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When you change domains it is possible to merge Yammer networks. This allows the old network to exist as an external network you can access. Merges must be requested through a support ticket to Microsoft. The alternative is to use the Data Export feature to get a ZIP file of all messages in CSV format and files posted.


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RSS and Atom feeds by default are volatile data sources. Hence they are subject of unlimited polling. There are technical workarounds, but there is no guarantee that majority of client-side software is written properly to reduce/limit polling. Granted above, whoever considers to become archive.org-of-feeds, must undertake significant infrastructure effort, ...


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I'm not sure it's possible to get ALL tweets without providing a search term. That would be a hell of a lot of data - even just for this year. There are a list of services here however all them require you to provide a search term. Your best bet may be Archivist as they actually allow you to download the source code of the site. You may be able to ...


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You might be able to accomplish this with a tie-in to the Way Back Machine if the syndication was stored on the site as actual XML files. If it was dynamically generated from a database (as most modern CMS's will do) I think your solution would indeed need to have been listening since forever. If the site isn't particularly popular or doesn't show well in ...


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Depending on how serious the "regrettable content" is, trying to remove it may backfire if you get noticed. In other words, watch out for the Barbara Streisand Effect. Follow the suggestions made by other answers, but don't assume you can remove it from everywhere. Be aware that legal challenges and loud requests to remove content from sites you don't own ...


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In addition to the other answers that show how to find your answer again, you can always get it back immediately after archiving it by clicking "Undo" in the message that appears just after the action: I have used this "undo" feature many times. Also works for deleted messages.


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I use a tool called SocialSafe that backs up all of (well, pretty much all of) my Facebook content, and that now includes messages. I can search through them all, and also jump see in the little diary part of it all of the different things that I've done on Facebook over the years.


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Google Vault is a step on the way of integrating Postini-like services more nicely into Google Apps. That is, Google will probably at some point discontinue Postini-as-we-know-it, when all the relevant features have been reimplemented in Google Apps. Thus, Google is transitioning Postini accounts to the respective Google features, including Google Vault. ...


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Go to 'Account Settings' Click on 'Download a copy of your Facebook data' from bottom of General section Then click 'Start My Archive' -- It may take a little while for gather your photos, wall posts, messages, and other information. (Usually 20 to 60 minutes) Once Archive generated Download it. Extract and open 'index.html' from downloaded folder Now you ...


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So, I managed to hack together a solution: Facebook (at the time of writing) loads old messages if you scroll all the way to the top, with the newest messages being kept at the bottom. I wrote a Greasemonkey script to force the webpage to constantly jump to the top, making Facebook load approximately 6000 messages in about 5-8 minutes. I then copied and ...



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