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Some deleted a public calender, need help retrieving it.

Posted on 2006-11-02
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We have a master calender that everyone in our company updates. Somehow it got deleted. My question is, when deleted, is it sent to a recycler or something where I can get it back? We do make backups of everything but the backup that I have is a week old and quite a bit of stuff has been entered since then. I'd appreciate all the help I can get. Thanks!!!
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p.s I'd look at locking down the permissions too mate ;-) Can't have users binning stuff like that. Damn pesky users !!!
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Thanks, glad that helped

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