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Outlook 2010 archive folders gone

Posted on 2013-06-25
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I have inadvertently closed/exit my archive folders and now I am unable to retrieve them.  Any help in getting them back is greatly appreciated.  I have also checked my .pst which is a month old, even though I ran an archive prior to making this mistake.
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Hello,

what did you use to have those archives? outlook itself? was there a 3rd party program involved such as norton backup ?

if you used outlook, go to options, advanced , then auto archive settings.
Normally your default folder should still be there (example : c:\archivedmail or \\mailbackup\yourfolder)

then proceed with the autoarchive steps to re enable your archiving

good luck!
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