Lost archive

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Microsoft Outlook folders
I have emptied my delete bin in my archive folder and it has emptied all of my archive folders both inbox and sent emails as well as the delete bin, I have lost over 6000 e mails in my archive, can the archive folders be retrieved. I am using Microsoft Office Outlook. thanks.    

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ASKED: November 14, 2012  9:06 PM
UPDATED: November 14, 2012  9:27 PM

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Kindly contact to your Email hosting provider.
If you are using G mail then also contact their support team.

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  • stephenlembert
    These links shall help you. Please have a look:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246153
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/restore-and-view-archived-items-HA010242708.aspx

    Good Luck. 
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  • Harisheldon
    Outlook is somewhat easy, yet, confusing.  When you first delete an item, it goes to the Deleted folder, it can be retrieved from there.  Once you delete it from the Deleted folder, it is gone forever, goodbye.  Same thing when it comes to the archive folder.  It is a folder by itself.  If you delete the contents or the folder itself, it is gone forever.  I know this is late coming, but, here is some advise.  I create my .pst folders by year.  At the end of each year, I disconnect it from Outlook and also archive the calendar for that year.  I then burn that entire year, depending on the size, to a CD or DVD.  Now I have history of all my emails going back ten years and trust me, it has saved my butt quite a few times especially when someone states that they never received or read your email.
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