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How would I retrieve all the dismissed reminders in Outlook 2010?

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It's a pity that Dismiss doesn't "do what you mean" and only dismiss the reminder once for a reoccurring reminder, rather than forever. –  Matthew Lock Nov 26 '13 at 3:18
    
It's an old question admittedly but the solution is the second answer posted below (and should be accepted ;) ) –  James Dec 19 '13 at 14:57
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It is not possible to restore already dismissed reminders.

But you can open the calendar view and search by modification date:

In Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010 use modified:date format in the search field.

For example, I would type modified:2.10.2012 to see items I might have dismissed today

It's not 100% accurate as many things can modify the item, but if you do this soon after dismissing the reminders, it should be 100% accurate.

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I find it very hard to believe that Outlook 2010 has absolutely no way at all to restore an accidentally dismissed meeting reminder. –  oscilatingcretin Dec 19 '12 at 17:16
    
I use Outlook daily and would be happy to upvote your answer where you describe how to restore them –  Siim K Dec 19 '12 at 21:20
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Your question asks to "retrieve all dismissed reminders". I am not sure if, by "retrieve", you mean to view a list of all dismissed reminders or if you want to "undismiss" them. I've been looking for a solution to the latter for a long time and just now stumbled upon it. You first open the meeting or appointment (I double-click the event in my calendar). At the top, you will see this:

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If you dismissed the reminder then the Reminder field will say None. Change it to a new interval and then click Save & Close. You should get the reminder again.

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