Retrieve deleted spam from aol

How do I retrieve deleted spam fro aol?  I don't know the sender, so I can't ask them to resend it, but I absolutely need to get that e-mail back.  It's not in the recycle bin.

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Sorry to have to be the bearer of no help, but unfortunatly once you empty your Spam folder there is no way to get the contents back. It does not go to your Recently Deleted folder like other mail does when you delete it. Once the Spam folder is emptied its gone for good. Sorry.

Well, that's what I kept reading, but I was hoping that someone, somewhere may have a different answer.  Thanks for your time!

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