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How long does it takes for an email to appear in “recover deleted items” once it is deleted

Posted on 2013-12-10
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Do you know how long it takes for an email to appear in “recover deleted items” once it is deleted and the deleted items emptied? Seems that don’t appear in there right away.

We are running 2007 and 2013 clients and the email doesn't show right after deleting it. Is there a way to speed it up?
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Hello,

You are likely seeing a delay because Outlook is in cached mode. You won't see it in the dumpster until Outlook performs a sync. If you click send/receive, it will sync immediately and you should see it.

-JJ
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I did a send and receive and still doesn't show up.
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