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  1. norman b. gold says:

    I have not been able to access my Verizon.net thru the mail.aol.com. It keeps telling me the “mail.aol.com” page is unavailable. What has changed, I was able to access this up until about a month ago?

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    • SignIn Support says:

      Mail.AOL.com is UP and working. The page redirects to: login.aol.com. For future reference, you can always check if a website is up at isitdownrightnow.com/mail.aol.com.html or similar services.

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  2. Verne Glassman says:

    I am confused. I can’t log into my AOL account or email on my desk top computer but can get my email on my I-Pad. This is the first time I have had this problem in all the years I have been on AOL and can’t even find a way to contact them other than this comment. If you can hear me AOL please come to my rescue and let me know what to do or what the problem is.

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  3. Lucy says:

    why cant i get in to my email on my computer, i can get it on my phone all the time.

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  4. Hilda's dauughter says:

    help what can I do???

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  5. Hilda's dauughter says:

    i’m tired of having to enter my password on aol everytime

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  6. Mark Webber says:

    AOL isn’t even being run in the United States at least the time indicator shows 7 time zones out of sync.

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  7. Mark Webber says:

    It looks like the free web mail is now closed down. We noticed a email message that this was going to happen but what I read the instant messenger was being shut down so dismissed it. My wife liked to use it since we had the paid email since 1999 and reverted to the free one 10 or so years ago. My wife is choked but I haven’t used it for over 10 years. All the saved email I guess is lost. Does anyone know if we can access it now?

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    • Online Login says:

      It is AIM, the AOL instant messenger that is closing down, not AOL Mail.
      “Verizon-owned AOL announced on Friday that it will shut down its AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) service, which has been in operation for 20 years, in December.
      “As a result we’ve made the decision that we will be discontinuing AIM effective December 15, 2017.”
      Separately, AOL informed current and past AIM users via email that they will be able to use the service until the shut-down date. After that, all of their data, including their buddy lists, will be deleted. AIM.com email addresses won’t be affected, as they’re effectively just aliases for AOL mail”.

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  8. tanya says:

    i love this website!

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  9. Radhames Mercedes says:

    Hi I am a victim of identity theft, and was notified of a recent email account under my name. I have reported this crime to the police, the federal identify theft crime and credit reporting agencies. As of today, they have open over 20 accounts on my name, and I need your support to stop this delinquency against me.

    my name: Radhames Rercedes

    theft info as reported by some financial institutions:

    Edit: We have blocked out any personal information.
    tel. xxx-xxx-0267
    address : 15 xxx
    Spring Lake, NC 28390

    I appreciate your support in this important matter to me.

    Radhames Mercedes

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