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Outlook .PST files

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Hello All,

I was in the process of backing up my Outlook .PST files to a flash drive. When I did a search on my computer, there was two Outlook.pst's of different sizes and two archive.pst's as well. The transfer of the large Outlook.pst was successful but the smaller one did not transfer at all. The catch was that I that things were OK so I did a shift-DEL of the files on my system. The result was that I had an older copy of my personal folder. Can I retrieve the outlook.pst that did not transfer? Or is it in oblivion. I have tried a few recovery softwares but it only finds the outdated .pst file I already have?

Any response is greatly appreciated.
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