I turned on my iCloud account when I bought my new iPhone 6 last weekend, and didn't realize that by deleting emails on my phone that it would do the same to my iMac. When I went to turn off my iCloud for mail, it was fine. Anyway to get back my old emails that I had stored in my mail inbox? When I tried to turn off documents and data, because I'm already out of icloud space and do not wish to purchase their services, it returned this rather threatening message: If you turn off Documents & Data, all documents stored in iCloud will be deleted from this mac. Your documents will still be available on other devices using iCloud. WHAT?? Now, these are MY documents and data, my intellectual property, so how can they delete documents and data that are OWNED by me from MY hard drive just because I want to stop using their service? Am I reading this message incorrectly? I can understand if they were deleted from iCloud, but how is it legal for them to delete what's mine from my mac?? Your help and guidance is appreciated. Admittedly, I am iCloud ignorant, so do forgive my shorfall. Lisa M.