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How do I restore deleted email and folders in Exchange 2010

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A user deleted all of her mail and folders on Friday.  It was not a mailbox that I backup nightly.  
She is the President of our companies Admin.  I hope there is a way to recover what she did.

Poimts are max, because this is critical
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You can recover from recover deleted items from outlook ...
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