Recover deleted Outlook emails, atachments, attributes
When we accidentally delete (or maybe unknowingly) any item from Outlook, we can easily recover it just like restoring the deleted file from Recycle Bin. Yes, after you delete any item like email, contact, task etc. and later find that you need to restore the deleted thing then the Microsoft Outlook Recycle Bin, i.e. Deleted Items folder helps you.
So, the first place to look when you want to get back erased items in Outlook is Deleted Items folder (Trash folder in recent versions of Outlook).
Step 1: Open Outlook, go to email folder list and expand Deleted Items folder
Step 1: Find your deleted item and right-click on it
Step 1: Click Move button and opt Other Folder
Note: If you don’t want it to Move Other Folder then, select Inbox, Calendar, Contacts or Tasks in place of Other Folder to move deleted emails, calendar items, contact or task respectively to their source location.
Unfortunately, you can't recover an item that is permanently deleted using above method.
Yes! When you have,
Step 1: Open downloaded .exe file and click “Run” button to initiate the setup wizard.
Step 2:Just click “Next” button to start installation.
Step 3: Within few clicks, Setup completion message will be displayed on the screen.
Remo Repair Outlook (PST) tool repairs your broken, damaged, corrupted Outlook PST files within few clicks. Using the demo version of this tool, you can recover all the contents of a Outlook file including mails, contacts, etc. But, in order to save those recovered items, you have to purchase the premium version of Remo Repair Outlook program for $149.97
Operating System - Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 & Windows 2008
Supported Outlook Versions - Microsoft Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003 & 2000
RAM - 1GB Recommended
Free Disk Space - 50 MB (for installation)
System Type - Supports 32-bit & 64-bit PC
NOTE:You must log in to your PC as Local System Administrator to install and use this software