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I am trying to assist a new company who have managed to delete emails from the Microsoft 365 Outlook Client.

They advised me that they were moving folders around in Outlook 2007. Whilst it was copying they think they cancelled it.  

However when I remote in and check it looks like they have 10 sub folders of the inbox, and under them a number of sub folders.

They are missing any emails from the sub folders from a date present day to 4 months ago.   Any emails older than 4 months are there?

I've checked the online 365 portal and there inthe same state as the outlook 2007 client.

I have looked everywhere there are no rough pst files, no folders within folders there are some ost files but we can't access them can we?

As part of the 365 is there a backup or anything I'm missing.

I can now put in a backup routine but that's the gate and the hourse.

The emails are extremely important.
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Microsoft Exchange Online enables you to restore items that have been deleted from any email folder, including the Deleted Items folder, in case you accidentally delete an important item.

These items are kept in a Recoverable Items folder for 14 days before being permanently removed. You can recover these items on the client machine by using the "Recover Deleted Items" feature in Outlook Web App or Outlook.

Administrators can use single item recovery to protect against accidental or malicious deletion of e-mail messages. Click the link below for more information:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/hh125820#restore


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Sorry I am not ofay with 365 - It mentions the  Exchange Control Panel, when the users set this up would they of put a username or password for this.

How do I get into the exchange control panel
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Yes, whoever set up Exchange Online must log into Microsoft Online Services with their Microsoft Online Services ID.
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To get into the Office 365 admin portal, click the link below:

portal.microsoftonline.com/
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