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Is it possible, in any way shape or form, to retrieve a deleted message from Call Pilot 201i?  If not, is there a parameter that I can turn on where it states that it saves all deleted messages for a specified time frame?


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Your only chance is that it was on the server previous to a backup and you can restore it from a backup.  I know of no way to put messages in a "Recycle Bin" and empty the Recycle Bin periodically.  

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Thanks-I didn't think so, but it would be a nice feature I guess-Like email servers....

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Yes, use the user archive and archive messages, this is not a system backup, this is primarily to restore user's messages.  To restore, you can check just that user's mb and the specific message to be restored with the systme on-line.....the feature was also in MerMail starting with Rls 11.

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