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How do you recover deleted items in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I set up rentention policies for deleting old mail and I chose the "allow recovery".  I read the article "Understanding Retention Policies" and it states you can recover items from the recovery folder.  However, I don't see a recovery folder.  How do the users access it?
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Normally Tools--> Recover Deleted Items in Outlook does the trick
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On Office 2010 you can go to Folder -> Recover Deleted Items
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by:J.R. Sitman
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Thanks, because I don't see "tools" anymore.
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Next time please state your Outlook version in the question... ;-)
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I apologize.  I didn't realize retention policies worked in 2007.  Sorry.
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No problem...
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