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  2. Create and manage an AOL Mail account - AOL Help

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    Create a new AOL account. 1. Go to the main AOL page. 2. Click Login / Join in the upper right hand corner. 3. Click Sign up at the bottom of the screen. 4. Enter and submit the requested information.

  3. Email - Wikipedia

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    Electronic mail ( email or e-mail) is a method of exchanging messages ("mail") between people using electronic devices. Email was thus conceived as the electronic ( digital) version of, or counterpart to, mail, at a time when "mail" meant only physical mail (hence e- + mail ). Email later became a ubiquitous (very widely used) communication ...

  4. International email - Wikipedia

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    For example, sörensen.example.com is encoded as xn--srensen-90a.example.com. In 2003, when the need was addressed, that seemed easier than checking that all DNS software could comply with UTF-8 strings, although in theory DNS can transport binary data. This encoding is needed before issuing DNS queries.

  5. List of email subject abbreviations - Wikipedia

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    WFH – work from home. Used in the subject line or body of the email. 1L – One Liner. Used at the beginning of the subject when the subject of the email is the only text contained in the email. This prefix indicates to the reader that it is not necessary to open the email.

  6. Message-ID - Wikipedia

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    Message-IDs, if present, are generated by the client program sending the email or by the first mail server. A common method of generating such ID is by combining the time and domain name, for example: 950124.162336@example.com. Use in mailing list archives

  7. Email authentication - Wikipedia

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    The first token after the field name, receiver.example.org, is the ID of the authentication server, a token known as an authserv-id. A receiver supporting RFC 8601 is responsible to remove (or rename) any false header claiming to belong to its domain so that downstream filters cannot get confused.

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