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Recover deleted messages in Exchange 2000/3

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In Exchange 2000/3 Is there any way to recover deleted messages after they have been removed from the deleted messages folder?
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Deleted Item Recovery.

http://www.amset.info/outlook/recoverdeleteditems.asp

However you need to have deleted item retention enabled on the Exchange server.

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