On an elderly clients system, he composed through Outlook a very long email. Apparently he clicked the wrong "button" and now his letter, prior to being sent, is gone. Then he called me.
I asked that he do nothing further with his computer and to leave it on, suspecting that a .tmp file might hold the letter.
What can I do, if anything, to retrieve this vaporized file.
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