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How to retrieve permanently deleted mail in outlook


How to retrieve permanently deleted mail in outlook

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nitu.sharma
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Oh Sorry Sakthi...

I did restart also but still i am not getting the solution.
I dont want to do much with Registry otherwise IT person will kill me Sad
My boss had already sent me that deleted mail but i want to know that i have deleted the mail or not.

Thanks anyways Smile
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Hi Nitu,
Ok then... Check with that "Dangerous" IT Person on how to recover atleast next time... BigGrin
Thanks!

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Sakthi
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Hmmm... Smile
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Hi guys

I have Deleted an IT CV i really need to get back and it is permanently deleted, we do have an Exchange server here at my work but i am not an IT expert, any advise how i can retrieve it as i tried to follow the steps to retrieve it but i seems that i am very stupid in these things, any easier way to retrieve it for dumb girls like me? BigGrin
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Hi,
You mean you have deleted a email or resume? If email, send an email to your exchange admin incase you are not able to get it. If resume as document then i will give you one software which will recover deleted items...

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Sakthi
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You can use pst repair tool. It owns many various capabilities such as it is able to demonstrate the results of working with crashed or lost pst files. The software can work with big pst files more than 2 gb. It is easy to use for any users due to simply interface.
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It's a pity the tiltle of this thread didn't say "exchange" instead of "outlook". People who use outlook but not exchange are rather more numerous than people who use outlook to access an exchange server (so for most outlook users this recovery method will not work) since exchange was for a very long time the most hideously difficult to administer of email servers and also the most horribly bugridden. I'm told it's better now, but neither I nor any sysadmin I know is prepared to risk using exchange, there's too much history of pain.

Tom

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I came across this thread a few weeks ago while trying to source a solution for a missing emails problem I had at work.
I know it won't help those who already commented, but am adding in case it helps anyone who comes across this in search for a solution to a non exchange environment.
I managed to recover all my permanently deleted emails so wrote an article about it here:

http://www.techlaud.com/how-to-recover-outlook-deleted-items/
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scott.samadhi (3/22/2012)
I came across this thread a few weeks ago while trying to source a solution for a missing emails problem I had at work.
I know it won't help those who already commented, but am adding in case it helps anyone who comes across this in search for a solution to a non exchange environment.
I managed to recover all my permanently deleted emails so wrote an article about it here:

http://www.techlaud.com/how-to-recover-outlook-deleted-items/

Will this work if you have compacted your PST file?

Tom

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Sometimes ago I also faced such type of issues and that time I googled and found this link: http://www.article.msoutlooktools.com/howto/recover-deleted-items-from-outlook.html.

This article contains many useful information like how to recover deleted files from Outlook using Hex editor, how to recover items from hidden dumpster, how to change registry setting for recovering deleted items in Exchange environment and the best part of this article is that it gives you third-party Outlook recovery software and I suggested to go with this because of its accuracy and power pact performance. Ever since I am using it, this utility has never let me down. It is a great solution for recovering deleted items after emptying them from "Deleted items" folders.

All the methods (mentioned above or anywhere) will never work in case of compacted PST files.

One thing that I want to share is that you should create backup of PST files regularly to minimize the loss of pst files.
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