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Windows 7: I lost all the letters in Outlook Express, and have no backup.

27 Oct 2014   #1
ManuelFraga

Windows 32 bit
 
 
I lost all the letters in Outlook Express, and have no backup.

I lost all emails in the Outlook Express. Everything happened very suddenly. Simply turn on the PC. opened an Outlook Express and saw that there were no letters. Thought it was a glitch. But did not find them in the recycle bin even. Hoping that it's because of the compression, but the recycle bin is empty. But no, I did not find the any files. Backup also does not exist. Although I do backups.
I come to the conclusion that this is someone's bad joke or revenge for something. Please tell me how to recover this emails. I'm afraid I can not do it without help.


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27 Oct 2014   #2
richc46

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install
 
 

First do not use the computer more than necessary. As you use it, becomes more difficult to find the mail
Download Shadow Explorer.
It is a system restore for your personal stuff.
Report back
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