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I have Lotus Notes 6.5. I keep folders on my network drive, usually labeled by subject/project. When I had Outlook, I was accustomed to saving the emails outside of Outlook to the relevant subject/ project folder. Does anyone know if this is possible in Lotus Notes?
We are looking for a 2006 incoming email in one of our users mailbox. Since we can't seem to locate the email, we can't figure if the email was deleted. Is there a tool or company (e.g. forensics) which can retrieve such email or advise that the email was deleted?