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"Removed" Outlook 2k3 attachment in email?

Posted on 2007-11-26
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I used the Remove option in Outlook 2k3 on an attachment I received and needed it back without emailing the sender to reforward.

The process I made was simple. I double clicked on the email and double clicked on the attachment and clicked "remove" and the attachment dissapeared.

How exactly do I recover this? Is it in my deleted items retention? I recovered from deleted items but ididnt see it and did not see it in the recycle bin

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Hello snyderkv,

Check if the attachment was saved in Outlook temp folder, OLKxx.  Here is how to access the Temp folder:
http://www.outlook-tips.net/archives/2003/20030828.htm
OR
OutlookTools to access Temp folder
http://www.howto-outlook.com/products/outlooktools.htm



Hope this helps!
war1
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