Outlook Inbox Deleted Mail

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Hi everybody, I have deleted one file from Inbox. How can I recover that folder from my Windows Microsoft Outlook 2003? Please anybody knows help me.

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If you did not permanently delete it (i.e. SHIFT+DELETE) it should be in your deleted items folder.

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This is true if you are connected to an Exchange Server which holds deleted items for several days according to the policy set for the mail store. However if this is a pst that is a different matter entirely. Please inform us whether this is a mail account using a .pst or if you are connected to an Exchange Server. Including the details of your setup helps us give you the answer you need for your situation. Thanks.

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  • Brijesh
    In the Outlook Navigation pane, click on Deleted Items. Click on Tools | Recover Deleted Items to display the Recover Deleted Items window. Items are listed in order of the date and time they were deleted, starting with the oldest. To make it easier to find the item you want to recover, you can change the sort order by. Click on the item you wish to retrieve. Click on the Recover Selected Items button to move the item to the Deleted Items folder. Now it will be available in this folder.
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