How to restore archived mail back to lotus server

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.NSF files
Lotus Notes 6.5
Lotus Notes archiving
I've archived our user lotus notes & saved .nsf file in a particular folder. Its done but all the mails from inbox is deleted. But user wants it to be in inbox too. How to get back this archived mail to inbox...? Please help me...

Software/Hardware used:
Lotus Notes 6.5
ASKED: May 15, 2010  5:40 AM
UPDATED: April 14, 2012  12:23 AM

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When you archive, you can select specific folder to archive on, you could leave the inbox unselected and they would not be archived. You could also make it user defined. The user gets to select the emails for archiving.

You will have to copy and paste the mail from the archive back into the production mail file.

You could scratch the archive all together and use just a local replica. which would mimic his production mail file.

What are you trying to achive with this user?

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  • Rj88
    I have made mistake in the process of archiving the email in lotus notes (version 8.5). How do you restore your email to normal mode (not in archive)? Hope I could paste some picture so that it would be clearer what my problem is.
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