Method to recover deleted items from Microsoft® Outlook 2003
What are the ways to recover deleted items in Microsoft Outlook 2003?
Microsoft Outlook 2003 is a superior individual information manager developed and released by Microsoft. The program can be installed in as a separate application or you can install Microsoft Outlook 2003 on your computer by installing Microsoft Office 2003 productivity suite. The main purpose of Microsoft Outlook 2003 is to cater to your e-mail management and organization, but the application also bundles a calendar, Contact Manager, web browser, journal and Task Manager. One of the advanced benefits of Microsoft Outlook 2003 is that it can be used with Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft SharePoint or it can be used as a stand-alone application. You may also have your items deleted from Microsoft Outlook 2003.
Causes and ways to recover deleted items from Microsoft Outlook 2003 and the ways to resolve issues that may occur while recovering them are:
- Causes of deletion
- Ways to recover
- Tips to resolve this issue
Causes of deletion
Items from Microsoft Outlook 2003 getting deleted maybe due to a variety of reasons. At times you may lose your items due to accidental deletion, you may have selected all items or some of the items from Microsoft Outlook 2003 and may have pressed Shit + Delete all of a sudden and got the items from Microsoft Outlook 2003 deleted. This can happen if you have intended to delete some items permanently and you may have selected the wrong items and deleted the ones you need. The presence of critical malware threats on your computer might result in Microsoft Outlook 2003 deleting items without your permission.
Ways to recover
If you are able to save a copy of your data on the e-mail server, you can download deleted items again. This can only be done if you have enabled the option to save a copy of data on your e-mail server. Another way to recover lost content is to make use of Registry Editor. For this, you can click 'Start' and navigate to the 'Run' Command Prompt and type 'regedit' on the command box and press 'Enter'. This will open Windows Registry. Here you can locate the following key in the registry:
"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftExchangeClientOptions". Now by the 'Edit' menu, click on 'Add Value' provided and then add the following registry value. The value name as DumpsterAlwaysOn, Data type as DWORD and Value data as 1. Now you can click 'Exit' to close Registry Editor.
You may face some issues in accessing Windows Registry, make sure that you have administrator privileges to make necessary edits to Windows Registry. If you are not logged in as an administrator, you can log off the current user and log in as an administrator. Malware issues on your computer may prevent you from accessing the registry. You can update your antivirus program and fix all malware issues present on your computer. It is advised that you take a back-up of Windows Registry by creating a restore point, as dealing with the registry is very critical and this will help you to fix any trouble you may face.
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