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I can't find a mail I am sure I have recived and not deleted.

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Hello I'm looking for a mail that I'm sure I received but I can't find.

I use my pc with outlook 2013, my iphone and a mac with outlook 2011.

I think my mac is the "guilty".

But if is deleted, can I recover it (just today happened) .

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Jamie McKillop earned 2000 total points
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Hello,

Check you deleted items folder. If it isn't there, click on your inbox and go to the Folder tab. Click Recover Deleted Items and see if you can find it on the list.

-JJ
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Sorry was in the deleted.

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