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Outlook retrieve a deleted meeting

Posted on 2010-11-22
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Good orning expert,
In Outlook I accidentally deleted a meeting. I have looked in the
Recycle Bin for the meeting and in Help for a how to
but I cannot find out how to retrieve a deleted meeting.

Thanks

Allen iin Dallas
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Question by:9apit
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What version of outlook do you use?
If you use Outlook 2007 do the following:
- Press Calendar
- Mark your calendar
- Go to tools > Recover Deleted items

Did you find it there?
Regards
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Hello Kimmyel,

The appointment is in the Deleted Items folder but when I go to Tools, Recover Deleted Items dialogue box it is empty.
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by:9apit
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Oh I forgit ti answer your question.: I am using Outlook 2007 (12.0.6353....)
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Great that it worked,

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