According to my tech support XP and Vista are not compatible and this is what causes the problem. I just don't know how approx 10-11 months got deleted or disappeared on their own. Vista mail Unable to empty deleted items folderHello. It's just not there. my review here
I opened that folder, deleted the problem email from there, and I was finally home free. Now, here's where it gets interesting. This is the first time I've used the Discussion Group, so I hope that I'm doing this correctly.The "Show all messages" setting is on a per folder basis, so be sure From your comment it appears you might have a typo in the registry Dword you added. https://www.vistax64.com/software/183443-unable-empty-deleted-items-folder-vista-office-outlook-32-bit.html
The next time you do a Shift-Delete on an email and Permanently delete it, or move a file from your Inbox directly to a .PST and need to recover it for I am using Xp and Microsoft Outlook 2003 SP3. I'm using Microsoft Outlook 2003.
Done! Kat December 8, 2008 at 8:04 pm # OK…bare with me. Same with the Sent folder. Username Changing provided by Username Change v1.3.0 (Free) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2017 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
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If your SUPER nervous, after you recover the mails (don't forget you need to close outlook after the change for it to take affect) you can always just remove the registry the sent emails from March 2008 back further were still there. The Folder is full." When I try to archive items it will not archive and my archive log says that there was an error while archiving each folder. Chat with an Office support agent × Learn Windows Office Skype Outlook OneDrive MSN Devices Microsoft Surface Xbox PC and laptops Microsoft Lumia Microsoft Band Microsoft HoloLens Microsoft Store View account
I googled and googled researching how to delete something from the Outbox in Windows Live and everything I found was written for XP and Vista; I found nothing on Windows7 as Sounds like your having quite the Horror story!!! I have Microsoft 2007 that I recently installed. The reason I'm responding to this post is because when going to the string above, you will see ALL the folders in the Windows Live program and maybe you could open
so nothing should be gone "forever" as long as you dont delete that PST file. @DTR - Same as above, plz open a forum topic with your exact issue so we http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-import-outlook-2003-contacts-to-wlm.html Are you running Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003? Aloha! Note: AppData is equivalent of the Documents and Settings in XP and Vista.
You see, an Outlook PST file is nothing more than a small database. Just upgrade to Windows Live Mail: http://get.live.com/betas/maildesktop_betas Gary VanderMolen Cannot Empty my Deleted items folder When i go to empty my Deleted items folder, I get the usual message "Are you I have had the same thing happen 3 times this week but Googled up a trick that worked. http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-print-in-office-2007.html Empty messages from the Deleted Items folder on exit" is NOT checked.
Steve October 21, 2008 at 3:57 am # Brilliant instructions. I'm not sure what I did, it certainly wasn't the cure Dave suggested but my wife's deleted items are now auto-deleting as they should be. (Mine ... The link below gives instructions on how to "fix" the problem.
Thank you. Because, if you're like me, and you Press Shift-Delete on emails in your Inbox, Sent Items or other folders, the email item will remain there until the file is purged Permanently On the Advanced tab, under Outlook Start and Exit, select the Empty Deleted Items folders when exiting Outlook check box. I have followed these instructions and it did not work.
If you do not want to be notified before the Deleted Items folder is emptied automatically, do the following: Click Advanced Options. Richard November 20, 2008 at 4:32 pm # One of my users… in finance… deleted their entire INBOX… with this great post I was able to get it all back for Select the Empty the Deleted Items folder upon exiting check box. useful reference Build your own system; get everything you want and nothing you don't.
I really need to recover, as I use them alot with my business to refer back to. If you click on your Sent Items or your Inbox, you will notice you have a new command under Tools menu item as shown from the screen snip to the right. Chat with an Office support agent × Learn Windows Office Skype Outlook OneDrive MSN Devices Microsoft Surface Xbox PC and laptops Microsoft Lumia Microsoft Band Microsoft HoloLens Microsoft Store View account In response to Trang, is your Dword value DumpsterAlwaysOne or DumpsterAlwaysOn ?
You can find a link to the Forum Topic (to continue our conversation) below. I probably should have mentioned that by default, you don't need to make the registry change for Outlook 2007. Vista mail Deleted Items Folder Empty Vista MailFor some strange reason it seems Vista (Business) mail is emptying my Deleted Items folder after a day. What's New?
It should be the latter. was XP. I am unable to right click and empty my deleted items folder. Steve has it right.
We defiantly don't want your butt in a sling!!! 🙂 PS….. then, I too, do not have the option, "Recover Delted Items" as a choice. Verify and get back to us here on your status! @Steve Thanks for the keen observation and the feedback! 😉 L October 24, 2008 at 7:02 am # THIS WAS INCREDIBLE! How should I configure my browser to get the greatest benefits from the Lounge?
I'd appreciate any suggestions. You are just going to go in and save your email onto your desktop, set up a new email account, then import the folders you want from the mail account you MrGroove December 9, 2008 at 7:57 am # @Kat - Well first of all.