Un-Delete emails and folders in Outlook 2003.

Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I had a person 'accidentally' (haha, loser who cant operate a mouse) drag 2 of their personal folders that they made filled with older emails, that were important, into the trash bin, and then right click and permentally delete them. They want to know if there is any chance of getting the folders full of email back. I said no, but maybe you might know a way...
Question by:atkfrg56
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    Oh, and we are using POP3 as the email protocol. We are not using IMAP so there is no option under tools to recover deleted items.
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    There are utilities that will let you recover delted items.  If the emails have any sort of value it would be worth the effort.  Here is a link to a software that can help, there are many companies that make recovery software to help with these sort of accidents.
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    Neither of them helped, they appear to not work on the POP3 protocol. I will split the points since you tried.

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