When you delete items from Mac OS X MS Outlook 2011 such as emails, contacts, notes, journals, calendar, tasks, etc they are moved to your Deleted Items folder of Outlook 2001. When you empty the Deleted Items folder from MS Outlook 2011, the items are no longer accessible in Mac Outlook 2011.
The deletion reasons can be anything but the fact is that you have lost your Mac Outlook 2011 files permanently. Don’t be panic, if you face outlook 2011 file loss situation. In case, you want to recover deleted files Mac Outlook 2011 then we recommend you to make use of reliable third party restoration app one like Remo Recover Software. This software can be used to retrieve lost word files on Mac, ppt files, Excel files, and many others. Download it and use it to get back Outlook 2011 files deleted on Mac systems.
Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is the most recent stable version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for Mac OS X. It is the successor to Outlook 2008 for Mac. Microsoft Outlook for Mac is the all in one application with improved sharing capability of Outlook items such as emails, calendars, tasks, and contacts, meetings, appointments, events. With PST import and export support, you will be able to move your PST files, archives from Microsoft OS i.e. Windows platform to Mac and vice versa.
Mac Outlook 2011 seems much like Outlook 2010 for Windows, making it easier for Windows users to use the same email client on Mac OS X. Multiple options are available for creating and adding appointments in Calendar, managing events and most importantly organizing vital calendar itmes are much easier in Mac Outlook 2011. This application also provides a convenient way for taking notes with an option of sharing and sending them to friends and peers.
Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover for Mac on your Macintosh computer and select “Recover Files” option from main screen.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Choose the volume from where you want to restore deleted Outlook 2011 files and click “Next” to begin scanning process.
Figure 2: Select Volume
Step 3: On completion of scanning process, list of recovered files is shown in two types of which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Simply Save Recovery Session to avoid rescanning of volume in future.
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session