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Recover deleted email in email activated public folder

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How can I recover a deleted Email in a email activated public folder?
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If you want to recover an item, you must have Editor permissions on the folder (i.e., full Read, Write, and Delete permissions).

And to recover the same select the public folder from which the item was deleted and select "Recovery Deleted Items" from the Tools menu of the Microsoft Outlook
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Awesome. Thanks
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