Change it back to how it was before.
When composing a message you can change the font by highlighting and accessing the options above the body of the email.
You can also set up a customized mail theme by clicking on "Options" > "Mail Themes".
On mouse over on a flag, open a small window giving an explanation of flag.
By flagging an email, you can easily spot it in your Inbox, especially if you wish to reply to it at a later time.
Stop messing with my format. I didn't ask you to change my settings, Change yours if you want and leave my stuff alone.
We have a couple of troubleshooting steps for you to try: https://help.aol.com/articles/aol-mail-mail-settings
Should you need further assistance, please reach out to our mail support team at email@example.com
Keeps changing the mail theme, even after I "Save" the one I choose. Please fix this!
Please clear your browser history, cookies and cache here’s how: https://help.aol.com/articles/clear-cookies-cache-history-and-footprints-in-your-browser , then try again. If still doesn’t work, please try another browser.
I am missing my sound when I open up AOL Mail: "You've Got Mail." Why?
To enable “You’ve Got Mail” sound please go to Options—>General—>New Mail section and enable both settings.
Let us have themes where the text is white with a coloured background...white background on black is too bright!
Please log out and then log back in. The issue with the themes has been fixed.
I am sure this note will not be read by anyone in AOL. So this is just for ME.
I received a WARNING from AOL. I had not affirmed the "oath" from AOL/YAYOO. A FINAL WARNING. Eighteen years as a customer. Management at AOL must be run by thirteen year olds, no twelve year olds. People, think who your real customers are. Those that stick with you for decades are the ones that make your customer base. FINAL WARNING, what's with that. I hate to say this but management must be regressing in their race to survive.
Please be assured each suggestion you send to us is carefully read and evaluated by a member of our staff. We take your concerns very seriously and answer your questions and comments with the most up-to-date information available to us.
That email was not sent from AOL.
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 http://aol.it/1vrb2fk
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