Riley hit "Control + (a letter)," intending to capitalize that letter.
[Control is just below
so it's easy to do.] That action both selected all and
result, he should be able to recover deleted items by double-clicking
on the deleted items folder,
on tools, then recover deleted items. This will take him to a special
screen which may
his lost stuff. If then he clicks on the left-hand icon [Hover the pointer
over the icon, to
sure it says, "Select All."], then clicks on recover [This will have a curved
arrow.], he should
able to recover his items to the deleted items folder.
Whenever he gets to this point, he should click on Edit
[next to "File"], then click on Select All,
hover the pointer on the highlighted area. Now, right-click to get a
"Move to Folder," then select "Inbox." The items [if they were
recoverable] should now
luck to Pastor Riley.
Stacey Hannah (2 Apr
FROM PASTOR FRANCIS
I was working on emails last night
trying to catch up from the days I was gone and not feeling real well. I
was in the process of deleting some emails that didn't have to be
answered. All of a sudden I hit something on the computer [don't
even ask me what I hit] and every email I had on the computer screen
[all 899 of them] vanished into eternity. Yes, I mean ALL of
them. Okay, go ahead and say it! How "computer illiterate"
[dumb] can one be and still try to carry on a ministry by email over
the computer? Well just take a look at me and you will have the
answer! They're gone! They're all gone. They flew away into
the great "email heaven" in the sky. I didn't even get to read a lot of
Well anyway, my reason for telling you this is
that if you want to make a brief announcement about what happened I would
appreciate it, or you can just post this email. Please tell folks that
anyone who sent me an email DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH which
contained important info which they wanted me to read and answer, needs to
email me again. Otherwise, I am taking up with incoming new emails
as of today. Maybe this time I won't "flub up."