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Recover Deleted Items option is missing in outlook 2003 is missing

Posted on 2013-01-15
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The user is using outlook 2003 on an exchange server. When we go into deleted items in the folder list and then click on tools the Recover deleted Items option is missing. tried creating the outlook profile but it did not make a difference.
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