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Old 06-23-2011, 09:23 AM
alwbass alwbass is offline Recovering Deleted Item from BCM Windows XP Recovering Deleted Item from BCM Office 2003
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I accidently deleted a record from BCM 2007. I have BCM back up but just want to recover this one single item. How is this done?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Old 06-23-2011, 12:59 PM
saigasmith saigasmith is offline Recovering Deleted Item from BCM Windows 7 64bit Recovering Deleted Item from BCM Office 2010 64bit
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Is still in the the deleted items folder?

It is not possible restore a single record from a backup. I would try the following.

Note: You have to be careful you don't miss a step and end up overwriting
good data.

You have old-backup-file.
Create a new current-backup-file.
Restore the old-backup file.
Your BCM database is now in the state it was the day you made old-
backup-file.
Select the contact in question, and export it to a BCM file.
Restore current-backup-file.
Your BCM database is now back in the current "today" state.
Import the BCM file with the contact in question.
Your database should now have the deleted-by-mistake record.
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