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Outlook 2003 Deleted items original location

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Hi all.

One of our clients has managed to delete some emails that were in subfolders under the inbox.  They are safely in the deleted items folder but there are a lot of them and it's near impossible to go though manually.  Is there any way of finding out from what folder they came from?     It's Outlook 2003 /  Exchange 2003.

Thanks.
Paul.


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Hi, looops.

No.  Outlook does not keep track of the folder an item was in before it was deleted.
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