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Unread 22-11-2007, 12:01 AM   #1
cyndiwise notsowise
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Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
actually disappeared.

Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
closes unexpectedly?

Thanks for your help!
 
Unread 22-11-2007, 01:01 AM   #2
cyndiwise notsowise
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
find it and restore it to the folders view?

"cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:

> Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> actually disappeared.
>
> Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> closes unexpectedly?
>
> Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 22-11-2007, 01:01 AM   #3
cyndiwise notsowise
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
it sure was hard to find!

"cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:

> Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> find it and restore it to the folders view?
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > actually disappeared.
> >
> > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > closes unexpectedly?
> >
> > Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 29-11-2007, 08:36 PM   #4
sdeseals
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Hi
I'm intresse by your method , because i lost my "Deleted Items" Folders.
Thlks for your help

"cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:

> Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
> first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
> could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
> it sure was hard to find!
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> > emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> > find it and restore it to the folders view?
> >
> > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> >
> > > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > > actually disappeared.
> > >
> > > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > > closes unexpectedly?
> > >
> > > Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 29-11-2007, 08:36 PM   #5
sdeseals
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Hi
I'm intresse by your method , because i lost my "Deleted Items" Folders.
Thlks for your help

"cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:

> Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
> first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
> could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
> it sure was hard to find!
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> > emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> > find it and restore it to the folders view?
> >
> > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> >
> > > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > > actually disappeared.
> > >
> > > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > > closes unexpectedly?
> > >
> > > Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 29-11-2007, 08:37 PM   #6
sdeseals
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

Hi
I'm intresse by your method , because i lost my "Deleted Items" Folders.
Thlks for your help

"cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:

> Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
> first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
> could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
> it sure was hard to find!
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> > emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> > find it and restore it to the folders view?
> >
> > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> >
> > > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > > actually disappeared.
> > >
> > > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > > closes unexpectedly?
> > >
> > > Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 01-12-2007, 05:01 PM   #7
cyndiwise notsowise
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RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

You have a different problem. The Deleted Items folder is a default folder,
and cannot be moved to another location in Outlook. You might want to post
your problem as a new thread - maybe someone else can help you. Good Luck!

"sdeseals" wrote:

> Hi
> I'm intresse by your method , because i lost my "Deleted Items" Folders.
> Thlks for your help
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
> > first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
> > could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
> > it sure was hard to find!
> >
> > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> >
> > > Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> > > emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> > > find it and restore it to the folders view?
> > >
> > > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> > >
> > > > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > > > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > > > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > > > actually disappeared.
> > > >
> > > > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > > > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > > > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > > > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > > > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > > > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > > > closes unexpectedly?
> > > >
> > > > Thanks for your help!

 
Unread 01-12-2007, 05:10 PM   #8
cyndiwise notsowise
Guest
 
Posts: n/a
RE: Missing folder in Outlook 2007

You have a different problem. The Deleted Items folder is a default folder,
and cannot be moved to another location in Outlook. You might want to post
your problem as a new thread - maybe someone else can help you. Good Luck!

"sdeseals" wrote:

> Hi
> I'm intresse by your method , because i lost my "Deleted Items" Folders.
> Thlks for your help
>
> "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
>
> > Well, I finally found it. It was inside another folder. That was what I had
> > first suspected, but I thought I did a thorough search of all my folders and
> > could not find it then. It makes the most sense about why it disappeared, but
> > it sure was hard to find!
> >
> > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> >
> > > Okay, I did a search for a word that would be present in most of the
> > > emails/posts that were in the folder, and the folder still exists. How do I
> > > find it and restore it to the folders view?
> > >
> > > "cyndiwise notsowise" wrote:
> > >
> > > > Today I discovered that one of my folders is missing in Outlook 2007. I have
> > > > lots of folders I have created in Outlook over the years, and this one was
> > > > several years old. I only occasionally access it, so I have no idea when it
> > > > actually disappeared.
> > > >
> > > > Does anyone have any idea why just one folder would disappear? My data file
> > > > is very large - could that be causing problems? Can I recover the folder?
> > > > It's not in my deleted items folder (but I automatically empty it upon
> > > > closing Outlook each evening). I haven't changed the view lately. But every
> > > > once in a while Outlook 2007 will "encounter a problem and must close". It's
> > > > much buggier than Outlook 2003, I think. Could I be losing data when it
> > > > closes unexpectedly?
> > > >
> > > > Thanks for your help!

 
 

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