what are the spam rules?
Why won't AOL tell it's members what constitutes spam? I suddenly got locked out after sending a bunch of e-mails to groups of cousins. I called for help, was forced to sign up for tech support and was told by two AOL employees they are now allowed to tell me how many e-mails sent in what amount of time qualifies as spam nor would they tell me how long after being locked out would my account be reopened.
I had been previously told that after AOL took over from Verizon that I was no longer limited to 100 people per e-mail but I kept my groups of cousins under 100 anyway - and I still got locked out and wasted a huge amount of time on the phone wil AOL until it seemingly resolved itself.
In order to better enforce anti-spam policies, AOL does not disclose the number of recipients or emails that can be sent at one time.
If you’ve received a notification that a limit has been met, you’ll need to wait a set amount of time before you can send more emails. Most sending limit notifications inform you of how long you’ll have to wait.
If you’re planning to regularly send bulk email, consider looking into alternate solution.