How to restore correspondence in contact?
Each user of the social network VKontakte may face a situation where his correspondence with another user may be deleted. This happens for various reasons, including negligence, as well as due to disruption in the operation of the server.
In this article we will consider how to restore the correspondence in contact.
Standard way to recover messages
There is quite a normal way to restore the correspondence. It is to click on the link called "Restore". This link is located in the dialog box. You can also find it in the "My Messages" - "User" section.
But if you use a mobile phone, then this method will not work. Also, if you have already left the site VKontakte, then apply this method again will not work.
You can ask the correspondent to copy messages and send them to you by mail or directly into the dialog box. After all, the correspondence is preserved not only for you, but for all its participants.
If you have an email notification installed in your account settings, then you can recover messages. Next, consider how to do it.
- First go to the "My Settings" menu, which is located on the left side of the screen. Go to the "Alert" tab.
- In the "Alerts" section you can find your email address to which alerts will be sent.
- If you wish, you can change this address to any other.
- Thus, if any user has sent you a VKontakte message, then you will receive a notification about it and you will be able to read the messages directly in the mailbox.
Unfortunately, recovery using VKontakte support is not possible.
It is also not possible to use various programs to recover messages. There is even an alert on the VKontakte site, which warns users against downloading such programs - they may turn out to be malicious.
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