I am sure I am grasping here but does anyone know how to recover a users deleted email in Exchange 2010, noting they also removed it from their deleted items basket in Outlook?
Corporate wants to search for a particular email the individual is believed to have removed, we are not using any litigation hold on any mailboxes. Recovering the data from backup is nearly impossible as well. The subject is unknown as well.
Please let me know if there is a way to do this.
Also, is there a way to archive the data without using the litigation hold so that users emails are stored even if they remove them from their outlook. Will archiving do this? Third party tools? Any ideas and details are welcome!
If you use the exchange archiving in 2010 then the user will be able to access the Archive Mailbox in the same manner that they access their Primary Mailbox. This means they will be able to delete emails
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