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The new soft undelete feature in Notes 5 that is supposed to allow undeletions even after hitting F9 or exiting the database doesn't appear to act as the documentation indicates.  When setting this up as indicated I am not able to undelete anything.  I can read the deleted messages in a special view that I was instructed to create and I can cut and paste the messages but it will not allow me to move them back into another folder nor is there any undelete menu item anywhere that I can see.  Any ideas?
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Simon_Hendry earned 800 total points
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Create a action button in the Softdelete View with a formula of

@UndeleteDocument

This will allow you to undelete the selected document
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This worked perfectly!  Our own tech support for this issue could not give us an answer but I get an answer in one day on this site.  Outstanding response!  Thanks Simon.
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