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After spending more than 2 hours with live help, I was informed that the subject version no longer plays well with Windows 7 (embedded photos in mail crash the software and opening a file in desktop gold no longer works) As others have said, I like Win7 and don't like the later versions. The latest revision cuts out your Win7 users and I'm contemplating dropping my almost 30 year subscription to AOL
I just got the email below (copied) it was sent by email@example.com. Is this legitimate or not??? please advise asap!
Prior to AOL! Agreement
"Starting on November 10th, 2021, AOL! customers who have not updated their email account will no longer be able to log in to their AOL and through email addresses.
Customers will have to Verify their email address to confirm
Kindly click on the attachment to re-login and verify now! We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
CLICK HERE TO VERIFY NOW
Privacy | Copyright © AOL Inc, 2021. All rights reserved
Most companies have a email account where one can forward, from their personal AOL account, to that company to report a suspected fraud email. Such as: abuse@AOL.com This would save a lot of time. PS What is user voice?
Hello there, please access this article for more information https://help.aol.com/articles/report-abuse-or-spam-on-aol
5 hrs ago I had a call from AOL asking me to erase all my old mail and scam mail. Was this a legitimate call. The voice had a foreign ac
Please check this article to find out how to protect from internet scams https://help.aol.com/articles/protect-yourself-from-internet-scams
I keep getting emails to change my aol mail to a non-aol email application. Why am I paying for AOL Gold if I can no longer get my mail safely on it?
If you are using your account on AOL Desktop Gold, webmail or the AOL app then you can ignore the email. You will always able to access your account.
E mail says to update my mailbox. Sounds fishy. Is this legit?
Please check this article for more information about phishing scams https://help.aol.com/articles/protect-yourself-from-internet-scams
Mark official AOL emails more clearly like they were before. They seem to have a slightly different color mail icon but previously the icon & the actual email when opened was clearly indicated as "Official AOL Email". Also if they are indicated as official AOL correspondence how do these emails sometimes end up in the Spam/Junk folder? In this day of so much spam it is important to know what is official.
Please check this article for more information https://help.aol.com/articles/what-is-aol-certified-mail
Got and email
AOL Your verification code is [ letters given ]
What is this - a scam or what. Been on AOL for years and never seen this!!!
Learn how to keep yourself safe online and recognize legitimate communications and sites: https://help.aol.com/articles/identify-legitimate-aol-websites-requests-and-communications
get you server fixed i am getting emails that do n ot have my address on them !!!!! i have screenshotted it where do i send it ????
Thank you for sharing your feedback. We appreciate you checking in about the emails you are receiving. We have an article that will explain those emails, how to spot spam, phishing, and vishing, along with who to report them to. Here is the article to best help you: AOL Help: Email and Viruses Protecting Your Account:
I have checked in my mail settings to hide and disable mail from Unknown Senders. I am still getting this junk in my Spam folder. Why doesn't hide and disable, hide and disable?
Thank you for your feedback.
Take control of your inbox by keeping your spam list up to date.
1. Click the Spam Settings tab.
2. In the box under “Block mail from addresses I specify,” enter the email address you want blocked.
3. Click the + icon
4. Alternatively, to remove the address, click the X icon next to the address you want removed.
More info in this article: https://help.aol.com/articles/aol-mail-mail-settings
In the past, marking an e-mail Unread was immediate. Now, and for the past few weeks, it takes several seconds for the icon in front of the e-mail to change. Why is that? Can this function be returned to the prior speed? Thanks.
To resolve the slowness and performance issues, please try the troubleshooting solutions below: 1. Clear the Footprints in the new AOL Desktop. Here’s how you clear the Footprints: a. In the top left corner of the AOL Desktop window, click “Edit” then choose “Select Footprints to Clear” from the drop-down menu. b. Select “Clear Footprints” from the Browser Settings. No need to wait for a confirmation message, the Footprints will be cleared immediately. 2. Restart the computer. This helps clear the internal memory (RAM), which often resolves many issues.
Found out this is a feature, not a bug, using the browser contained within AOL's ecosystem. Workaround is forwarding the email to another address or accessing AOL mail via the web. This is about security, I was told by a tech, but it's pain. Zoom is VERY widely used in these coronavirus days, so AOL, please get with it.
Please send us a crash report in order for our engineers to look into the issue you are experiencing.
To do that, please follow these steps:
1. Open AOL Desktop Gold.
2. Click on Help on the top right, and select Report a Bug from the drop-down menu.
3. Type a short description of the problem, and click Send.
When adding addresses to a new e-mail (or forwarding one), a list of suggested addresses pops up. That list always contains email addresses that are old or people I do not wish to correspond with. How can I remove these unwanted email addresses and stop them from popping up when I send an email?
These are suggestions. The option is embedded in the application and its available for any type of application you are using. The feature its not only for AOL. Any other provider uses the same feature.
while writing an email I tried to copy and 95% of the text I just wrote was GONE,HOW do I get it back??
i tried to copy what I just wrote in an email when what I just wrote was gone. HOW to I get it back???
If this happens again, press CTRL+Z keyboard combinations immediately. That will undo the latest change and bring back the accidentally deleted text.
I keep getting emails no @ just letters no emails address can't aol just not accept them?
Please open Settings – Mail – General, there is an option “View email addresses” or “Sender’s name”
I don't want attachments imbedded in email and it just started after November Windows update of 2019. Slows mail, especially when more than one attachment has to be sent for signatures
The image shows embedded only on the recipients end if the picture is Attached and not inserted.
When I log in to AOL from Microsoft Edge, it automatically shows my email without asking me to log in. How can I stop this???
I do not want to be able to see my email without asking for my password. Logging in from Microsoft Edge automatically loads my email without my password. How do I prevent this?
I think we may have a solution for you! Try clearing your cookies, cache, and history by following the info here: http://aol.it/1KTJUg6
Also, please make sure that “remember me” box is unchecked.
This is the Scam email return address I received
firstname.lastname@example.org I hope this will help
AOL shut the down
If you received spam emails from this address please mark them as spam.
got hacked called AOL they claim they can't help with lost mail and contacts why do I pay for this service and get nothing case#10762099 ses
you can actually help when asked
We’re sorry to hear about your experience. It’s certainly our expectation and desire that you receive the highest quality service when working with customer support. We’re sad to hear that it sounds like you did not.
Rest assured that we’ve captured your complaint and will make sure your experience is shared with others in an effort to prevent this in the future.
Whenever we travel to Scotland, I am always having an issue with my
Password and a lot of changes is happening on my account last week of August. It's very inconvenient. Please get a fix on this as soon as possible for us to stay longer on AOL
Your IP address is your location online and each session should start with the same few sets of numbers. Click any recent activity entry to view its IP address as well as the date and time it was collected. If one is drastically different from the others, remove it and change your password. Be aware that there are some legitimate reasons why your history can show unfamiliar locations, such as your mobile or AOL Gold software detecting the wrong location or Internet provider using a proxy server.
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