Peter

If I delete my gmail account from one device, are my emails still on my other devices?

If I delete my gmail account from one device, are my emails still on my other devices?

Answer 1

Your question contains an oxymoron (an internal contradiction between premise and fact). You used the phrase “delete my gmail account” and “from one device”… Your gmail account does not reside on a device. Rather, it resides within Google servers. You probably mean that you wish to either: delete your gmail account (i. e. from any connected device) delete a gmail client, browser or shortcut from one device If your question refers to the 1st meaning above, then the account is gone, once you are past vendor’s time restrictions for recovery and recovery. If your question appertains to the 2nd meaning above, in that case your gmail account continues to be able to exist and your e mail history remains available to be able to anyone with the pass word (or other security credentials). Incidentally, if you employ an email client designed with POP or fewer common IMAP protocol (rather simply viewing you e mail with a browser from gmail. com), then replicates of your mail usually are indeed mirrored on a single or more devices. In cases like this (it is rare), you need to ensure to delete postal mail from each device of which retains a copy.

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