search will recover Gmail® email fragments left behind in live memory.
Information found will vary and this search does not parse any information out.
The Software will do its best to clean
up the located fragment and convert encodings into a more readable format. Some
fragments will be of the folder view with the sender name/address, subject, and
first segment of the body of the email.
see the “Gmail Parsed Email Snippets” search for a parsed version of this
Parsed Email Snippets
search will recover Gmail® email “snippets” (previews of a full email message).
This artifact is left behind when a user is viewing the Inbox folder in their
Gmail® webmail account. It can contain the email addresses included in the
message, the subject, file names of attachments, the date/time (in local time),
read/unread status, and the “snippet” itself.
messages, contact listings, and folder views from Hotmail® webmail fragments.
These recovered artifacts may be complete in some cases but much of the time
they will be partial fragments.
messages, email compose pages, and folder views from Yahoo!® webmail fragments.
Multiple types of Yahoo!® webmail interfaces are supported, including ‘Classic
view’ and the newer Yahoo!® Webmail view. These recovered artifacts may be
complete in some cases but much of the time they will be partial fragments.