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where would I look for the ability to undelete my mail that was in the sent folders that I deleted? We have a retension time of 7 days.
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If you use Exchange Server then click the Deleted Items folder.  Then under Tools click Recover Deleted Items.  This is with Exchange and Outlook 2003, although other Outlook versions are very similar.
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