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This is my second go around with this issue.  Had my hard drive crash and had to recover my data to a new laptop.  Not an issue for all my data, that was saved in backup.  My email, contacts and calendar all came over from my Exchange account.  I have again, as I did before, lost my Notes from Outlook.  I do not have a .pst or .ost file to access.  Aren't the Notes somewhere on the Exchange Server?  I tried Reciver Deleted Items and there are no Notes there.  I have very critical information in my notes that I would like to get back.  Any help would be great.  
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Ask the Admin to restore your Mailbox from an earlier date and should be done

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The Admin would be me and I am not familiar with restoring from an earlier date.  Can you help me with that?
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George
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Hope you do take backup of Exchange Databases ?

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Yes, we back up exchange every night.  However, I did not delete any of these notes.  I simply re-installed Outlook on a new drive and created my account.  All emails, calendar entries and contacts migrated fine.  Where did the notes go?  I had many of them and only 5 came over.  The same thing happened the last time I had this problem.  That time I somehow found them in Recover Deleted Items.  There is nothing there this time.  Any ideas?
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Did you highlight the Notes folder and then click "Recover Deleted Items"

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