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How do I recover a Q-Mail from the trash?

If you have accidentally trashed a Q-Mail, you can restore it from your trash folder back to your inbox or sent items folder by selecting the message in the trash folder and clicking on the "restore" button. If you have trashed a message, but it no longer appears in your trash folder, that means it has been permanently deleted by the QuitNet's Q-Mail clean-up system and is no longer recoverable.

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More than 2,200 young people age 11-19 try spit tobacco, and 830 become regular users of spit tobacco every day. That means in one year, 824,000 young people first try spit tobacco and 304,000 becoming regular users.
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