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Recovering emails deleted from Recovering Deleted Items.

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Is it there a way to recover all the emails that were just deleted from "Recovered Deleted Items From - Deleted Items". In other words, if I delete an email from the folder "Deleted Items" I still have the chance to recover the email using Tools/Recover Deleted Items. But if in the moment of recovering them, by accident I delete the emails from there, is it there a way to recover those emails. Retention is set to 14 days. Exchange 2007 SP1
Thank you all.
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Hi,

I feel there isn't an option to recover mails from dumpster. If you have a Exchange Backup, you could try creating Recovery Storage Group and restoring the database. From the RSG you could exmerge the mailbox. While doing exmerge, you could selece the option 'Items from dumpster' to recover dumpster data.

Following is an article on how to use RSG in Exchange 2007.

http://www.petri.co.il/using_rsg_in_exchange_2007.htm
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Hi SreRaj,
Thanks for the answer. I did not think that I could recover from dumpster neither but I took my chances posting this here. Thanks again.
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