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Exchange 2003 Log for Deleted Items

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Does Exchange 2003 have log files that maintain a record of all deleted items?
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Frankco earned 500 total points
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Hi SJS6720,

No, Exchange does not keep a record of deleted items. I assume you are talking about emails, calendar items, users ...

What is it that you need to have a record of?

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frankco
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