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Hey there. Let's say the unthinkable happened, and someone accidentally deleted a couple of their journals. How might one go about retrieving them, if that is indeed possible?
Many thanks to anyone who can help.
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Does your OJS host or ISP provide nightly backups? If so, I'd start there. Do you take database snapshots of your content on a regular basis?
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