Posted on 2003-02-27
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I am trying to get at the date an email was deleted and import that date into a pst file.  When using Exmerge - there is no deleted date in the pst.  How can I get at that date?
Question by:kiacobbo
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echobravo316 earned 800 total points
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Unfortunantely, I dont think it is possible to do this unl;ess you are familiar with WINDOWS FAT32 system.  If you knoew how to edit the WINDOWS registry, you could retreive all sorts of deleted files and you could restore your e-mail.  As far as finding the date of deletion, I think the only place you would find that would be in some sort of a log file which, to my knowledge doesnt exist. Hope this helped somewhat.

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