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  2. Single sign-on - Wikipedia

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    Email address. Single sign-on in theory can work without revealing identifying information such as email addresses to the relying party (credential consumer), but many credential providers do not allow users to configure what information is passed on to the credential consumer.

  3. AOL Mail - Wikipedia

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    In November 2010, AOL released Project Phoenix, an email application program that features a Quick Bar where emails, text messages, and AOL Instant Messenger messages can be sent from one area. It also lets people add up to five accounts into it. In 2012, AOL released the Alto Mail software. As of July 2012, there were 24 million AOL Mail users.

  4. Sign language - Wikipedia

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    On the whole, though, sign languages are independent of spoken languages and follow their own paths of development. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) and American Sign Language (ASL) are quite different and mutually unintelligible, even though the hearing people of the United Kingdom and the United States share the same spoken language.

  5. Email address - Wikipedia

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    An email address is generally recognized as having two parts joined with an at-sign (@), although technical specification detailed in RFC 822 and subsequent RFCs are more extensive. [28] Syntactically correct, verified email addresses do not guarantee that an email box exists.

  6. History of email - Wikipedia

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    The history of email extends over more than 50 years, entailing an evolving set of technologies and standards that culminated in the email systems in use today.. Computer-based mail and messaging became possible with the advent of time-sharing computers in the early 1960s, and informal methods of using shared files to pass messages were soon expanded into the first mail systems.

  7. Fix sending and receiving issues with third-party email apps ...

    help.aol.com/articles/cant-send-or-receive-email...

    Sign into AOL Mail on a web browser. 2. Compose an email and add your own email address in the "To" field. 3. Send the email and check if it arrives within 5 minutes. If it arrives, proceed to Step 2. Step 2: Reconfigure your account in the app. Remove and re-add your account to the third-party app.

  8. Statutory damages for copyright infringement - Wikipedia

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    Statutory damages for copyright infringement are available under some countries' copyright laws.. The charges allow copyright holders, who succeed with claims of infringement, to receive an amount of compensation per work (as opposed to compensation for losses, an account of profits or damages per infringing copy).

  9. Access old mail and address book contacts with an inactive ...

    help.aol.com/articles/what-happens-to-my-email...

    1. Launch AOL Desktop Gold but don't sign in. 2. On the login screen, click the down-arrow next to the username box to display your usernames. 3. Select the username you wish to see the mail for. 4. Close the login screen by clicking the X button. 5. Click the Read Mail icon . 6.