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Recover deleted AOL webmail sent message

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Hello,
As you may know, AOL delete all the "Sent" messages after 30 days.
Maybe ahyone know some way to recover a deleted message from the sent folder? I've attempted to contact the AOL support, But received a message that I need to become a paid member and pay $12 to receive support.
But I'm not sure whether they'll be able to recover my message.
So my question is...
Does anyone know if AOL save all the sent messages on their servers or not?
Thanks in advance!
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To be honest, having worked for an ISP/webmail service, we never tended to back up free webmail accounts. Once the items were deleted, they were gone. With paid account, we only tended to back them up to a very limited degree unfortunately. It's all a matter of money/server space. I know this isn't the answer you probably wanted.
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