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How to recover a deleted Notes document

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Hi,

is there any way to recover deleted documents in a Lotus Notes database after they have been erased from the trash folder but before the database has been compacted?

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Jiri
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No. However, if there are replicas of the database, there is a way.
Check out this doc:

http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/c7835bf039c01dc285256688006fae9b/a6e8d333686336f58025656f004f74c0?OpenDocument
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Ok, so it's not possible.
Thanks for your quick reply Paebdb.

Bye,
Jiri
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