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Recover inbox items deleted on certain date


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plumlines

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Hi, new member here with query for a friend.

They were asked to check on mail for someone who was absent from office. They accidentally deleted all the mail from the inbox! :tazz:

All the deleted mail can be recovered but is there a way to tell what items were actually in the inbox at the time. Maybe some way to see when the items were deleted and recover only those? Obviously, the user doesn't know which of the deleted items was actually in the inbox at the time they were deleted and doesn't want all the deleted items back in their inbox.

And by the way, the 'friend' really isn't me!

Cheers for any help

Edit-forgot to say it's XP with Outlook 2000

Edited by plumlines, 19 May 2005 - 03:31 AM.

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Just been having a play around with the settings and checking mail properties, it doesn't seem to encrypt or add to the message properties a delete,

So I would say errr no, sorry!
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Hey, thanks for the reply. I had given up hope anyhow and had told friend contents of inbox couldn't be recovered. Don't know how they managed to delete the contents-they reckon they only selected one item for deletion.

many thanks for looking
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