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Outlook 2003 Acrhive Lost Every Thing

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by WaRe, Dec 11, 2008.

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  1. WaRe

    WaRe Thread Starter

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    Outlook 2003 some how was archived by another user on the computer, During this process it took a very long to complete. When it completed i cannot find any Email in my personal folders. I do get a message saying "unable to display folders".

    Any idea where my personal email folder went to? Or how to retrieve them? And what i means with that error message "unable to display folders"?


    Side note is the calander notes are still there and i believe so are the contacts but would have to confirm on those.

    Thanks
    Dennis
     
  2. etaf

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    search the harddrive - local disk
    for

    * . pst

    files

    see whats listed and what directory they are in

    when you say another user
    someone else using you PC
    or a different user name on the PC - if a different username then they should not have pulled up your outlook information
     
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