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Microsoft Outlook Calendar

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by JenniferPet, Nov 8, 2006.

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  1. JenniferPet

    JenniferPet Thread Starter

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    I accidently deleted information that I typed in for a particular day in the Calendar of Microsoft Outlook.
    How can I restore the information for that "particular day"

    Many Thanks
     
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  3. ChuckE

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    See if it might be in your Outlook Trash.
     
  4. JenniferPet

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    I am really a dummy? Where do I find Outlook trash?
     
  5. JenniferPet

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    I must rephrase exactly what I deleted.
    I deleted the text in a specific calendar day - - is there any procedure to find this deleted text.

    Thanks
     
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  7. Papermoon

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    You can try downloading a hex editor, i know there are free ones out there. Then, back up your .pst, just in case. Open your .pst file with the hex editor, corrupt it by just changing a few values, and use scan.pst to recover the corrupt file. Often, this will bring back deleted emails, calandar entries,etc. It also depends on if the .pst has been compacted yet, or not. It's not a sure thing, and alot of trouble to go to, unless what you deleted was very important.
     
  8. kiwiguy

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    That's a cunning method, Papermoon!
    Worth a try.
     
  9. Papermoon

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    I get sneaky when i am desparate LOL
    The free utilities as you mentioned below are a good solution, too....I have been told they work about as much time as corrupting the file. I just like free.:rolleyes:
    I would be curious to know if anyone has used these utilities, and if they were seccessful?
     
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