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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Know The Creation Date Of A Gmail Account

Sometime when u lost ur gmail account password then u need to use the recovery options given by google such as sms,voice message,alternate email etc....bt many user has not filled up these option and due to this laziness that have to lose there valueable account

Thinking of this fact google has provided u with an additional feature of google contact form but there also the basic problem is that it also ask for the account creation date otherwise you are not allowed to reset your password. So here is a tutorial by Hackers Protocol to know the creation date of ur gmail account

Get Gmail Account Creation Date Via 2 Methods

1. Gmail Welcome Mail

All Gmail accounts receive a "Gmail Welcome Mail" after they create their Gmail account. So, this "Welcome Mail" has the same date as your Gmail account creation date.

Now question is that how to get ur "Welcome mail" from ur in account

STEP 1.As it is the first mail of your mail account thus it will present as the oldest mail
STEP 2.Go to Gmail inbox and hit on Oldest button to get the last message.
STEP 3.This message will be from Gmail Team. Note this mail's date. Done!!!

But many user delete older or other mail,so are unable to get the account creation date then in that case 2nd method is used

2. Using POP Option

Well, this method will work for accounts created After 2007.

STEP 1.Go to Settings

STEP 2.Then POP Download option under Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab

In radio button option in front of POP Download option u will find the creation date as shown below

Status written as: POP is enabled for all mail that has arrived since "YOUR ACCOUNT Creation Date"

and you will get the required date.


Anonymous said...

How is this possible when you have no access to the account???? Bloody idiot!

Anonymous said...

Exactly! This is lost password protocol.

Anonymous said...

hahahaha,this is daft....!!!!

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