Deleted items in Microsoft Outlook 2010

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How to get back items (messages) that I deleted from Deleted items folder in Microsoft Outlook?

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Microsoft Outlookl 2010, Windows XP professional version 2002 service pack 3

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It depends on how your account is set up. If it is a POP3 account and you chose to leave a copy on the server you can find it in your webmail. If this is an exchange account click on your deleted items folder, then click the “folder” tab at the top and you will see the icon “recover deleted items”. You can retrieve them there.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Microsoft Outlook 2010 has a build in option to recover mails deleted, even after the Deleted Items folder is emptied. For this feature to work you need to have an email account configured to use with a Microsoft Exchange account. 1. In the folder from which the item was deleted, or in the Deleted Items folder, on the Folder tab, in the Clean Up group, click Recover Deleted Items. NOTE: To enable this option need to properly configure Exchange server 2007/10 on the system. Even there is no icon like that, u have to edit registry key, to do this a) Start > run > regedit and look for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftExchangeClientOptions b) Right-click the right-side bar, From New options click DWORD (32-bit) Value. c) Change Dword’s name to DumpsterAlwaysOn, right-click it and change its Value data to 1. Click OK to continue. d) Close registry editor. and open Outlook 2010 and do from no 1. except a,b,c,d.... 2. Click an item, and then click Recover Selected Items . U can also select multiple items, press CTRL as to click each item, and then click Recover Selected Items. CAUTION: Recovered items are restored to the folder from which they were deleted. For more info : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246153 Thanks--
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