Deleted items in outlook 2010 with exchange 2007

Ok I have a user who has deleted about 3 months worth of email in their inbox (400ish messages). It is all sitting in the deleted items folder but also in that folder are 3,000+ emails they do not want to have to go through again for the same time span. It is all mixed together now.

What is the best way to return only the deleted items from a 10 minute timespan to the inbox?
Sean MeyerAsked:
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Add the Modified column. The modified date stamp will be the deleted time. Sort by that and you will see the messages in that time frame.

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Sean MeyerAuthor Commented:
Could you give me an example of moving user X's mail from time period x to x from deleted to inbox
Sean MeyerAuthor Commented:
I was hoping to do it on the exchange server instead of the users outlook box....
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