I have deleted my Gmail account because I wanted to have a dot inside but forgot to. Now it does not allow me to add new email with dot there because it recognizes the mail with dot as same as the deleted one.
You may be able to recover your original deleted account if you do it shortly after deleting it.
Recover a recently deleted Google Account
If you deleted your Google Account, you have about 2xe2x80x933 weeks to try to recover it. If your account is restored, you'll be able to sign in as usual to Gmail, Google Play, and other Google products.
To try to recover your account:
- Go to the Account support page.
- Follow the instructions. You'll be asked some questions to confirm it's your account. Answer as best you can.
- If your account is recovered, create a strong password that you haven't already used with this account. Learn how to create a strong password.
Note that if you can't supply the right answers to their questions, they're not going to hand over the keys. (Sure, that's annoying, but imagine if someone else were trying to get your account. You'd want them to be very suspicious.)
If you can't recover the account, you'll have to create another. Google doesn't re-use usernames, so that name will be lost forever.