Lotus-where does message goes once it is deleted from Trash

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If a message is deleted from Trash also, is it possible it to recover back again. where is it stored after that. In my case Lotus client version is 6.5

ASKED: September 16, 2009  5:24 PM
UPDATED: March 15, 2011  9:36 AM

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When the user deletes the mail document it is put in th trash if soft delete is enabled…..

When you delete it from Trash it is gone… The domino database turns it into white space and then when compacted this is put back into unused space.

Basically if you say yes to delete and then yes to “do you realy want to delete this” then it is gone…..

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  • Ledlincoln
    Your backups are the next (presumably last) resort.
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  • Viking76
    Hello to all, I have a question ... I do not know Lotus Notes .. and work in a media company .. that used it ... they told me to beware of mail because they are detectable even after I deleted .... someone know tell me if with Lotus are kept copies of emails even after the cancellation or not? sorry for my bad english...:_) Thank you all Roberto
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