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Recovering a lost Outlook Reminder

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Is there any way to recover a lost Outlook Reminder? An important reminder was made for this particular person, and it isn't showing up at all now. All of the info on it is now lost, and it is desperately needed. Any suggestions? It is on a Windows98 machine, with Outlook 2000 (I think). There are now error messages, and other created reminders are working just fine. Please help!
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Alan Henderson earned 500 total points
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Do you have a backup of your outlook.pst file from before the data loss?
If not, I think you're out of luck.
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by:Alan Henderson
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MandEMfg
Sorry you didn't get a more positive result.
If you need help in avoiding this happening again:
http://www.mistywindow.com/email/email-backup.htm

Post again if you need any more information.
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Ok, thanks a lot!
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