Windows mail the all open messages deleted during the night, windows vista and iol

All my open Emails have disappeared overnight on windows mail, none have the file deleated, on windows vista OS, all hope to get them back... Thanks in advance

I'm trying to remember the location. I think that it is view | Current view. Show all Messages is verified? If hiding Messages is enabled, it will be as you describe.

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