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OUT LOOK LOST ADDRESS

I am using outlook for my address, also using Active Sync for my cell phone when I deleted my contact from my cell phone and attached with computer it deleted all my address in my outlook .... any idea how I can recover that.


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    OLD ADDRESS DOES NOT SYNC WITH CELL PHONE

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I DON'T USE OUTLOOK, BUT FIRST WITHOUT A SOFTWARE PROGRAM TO RECOVER DELETE FILES, THINGS LOOK SLIM. YOU MIGHT TRY GOING INTO PROGRAM FILES>OUTLOOK AND SEE IF YOU CAN LOCATE THEM IN THE FILE FOLDERS. USUALLY DELETED FILES TAKE SPECIAL PROGRAMS TO RECOVER. A LOCAL REPAIR SHOP MIGHT HAVE THE SOFTWARE, BUT YOU NEED TO DECIDE IF IT IS WORTH AN HOUR OF LABOR AND A SERVICE CHARGE? IF YOUR ADDRESS ARE IMPORTANT, THEN BY ALL MEANS TALK TO A REPAIR SHOP TO SEE IF THEY CAN HELP RECOVER YOUR FILES. I HOPE THIS HAS HELPED YOU. PLEASE REPLY IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL HELP.

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