Outlook 2010 Calendar - find out when an appointment was deleted?

Hello,

I have a user mailbox that has a number of items in the deleted items folder and they are still there.

The question I have is:

Is there a way of finding out the date/time a calendar appointment was deleted?

Auditing is not enabled for the Exchange server...

Similarly, if anyone can advise on a way to find out when an item was created on the calendar, this would be most useful too!

Cheers,


Jamie
JamieD71Asked:
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Karen FalandaysConnect With a Mentor Training SpecialistCommented:
PS here are the steps:
1.From the Deleted Items view, right click in the heading area at the top below the search field (arrange by) and click View Settings.
2.The Advanced View Settings window appears. Click Columns and select Date/Time from “Select available fields from.”
3.Select Modified from the Available fields and click Add. It adds the Modified field to the bottom, so you may want to move it up below Subject or wherever you prefer. Click OK once.
4.Next you need to change the sort order. Click Sort from the Advanced View Settings window.
5.Change to Date/Time fields from the Select Available Fields from (at the bottom of the Sort screen).
6.Then from the Sort items by field, select Modified and Descending (to sort from most recently deleted).
7.You may want to be sure grouping is on none (unless you prefer to keep it on)
8.Click OK twice.
9.Your deleted items should be in the date modified (deleted) order now.
10.If you find you need to move the modified field elsewhere on the screen to see it, just go to the View Settings > Columns and move fields around.
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Hi JamieD71,
To view the date created, change the view  to a list view and add the field "created". Add the field "modified" to see when you deleted it
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JamieD71Author Commented:
Spot on, many thanks!
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