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  2. AOL Mail for Verizon Customers - AOL Help

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    AOL Mail welcomes Verizon customers to our safe and delightful email experience! We are currently experiencing higher than normal call volume and wait times due to a system issue which might be impacting your ability to login to one of AOL’s services. We apologize for this inconvenience and have technicians working hard to resolve the matter.

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    2-Step Verification with a Security Key. A security key is a physical device that gets uniquely associated with your AOL account after... Account security page . 2. Under "2-Step Verification," click Security Key. 3.

  4. Fix problems signing into your AOL account - AOL Help

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    If you sign in from a device, program, or location that we haven't seen you use before, we may ask you to enter a verification code (sent to your recovery mobile phone or email address) to verify that it's really you. If the recovery options displayed for your account are out-of-date, go to the "Still can't get signed in?"

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  6. Add two-step verification for extra security - AOL Help

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    Use 2-step with phone verification. We'll send you a text or call you with a new code that needs to be entered at sign-in. The phone number we contact you with may be different each time. Enable 2-step for phone. 1. Sign in to your Account Security page. 2. Next to "2-Step Verification," click Turn on 2SV. 3.

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    Fix sending and receiving issues with third-party email apps. the email and check if it arrives within 5 minutes. If it arrives, proceed to Step 2 . Step 2. Account Management — Updated May 25, 2021. [like count]

  8. Identify legitimate AOL websites, requests, and ...

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    • Fake email addresses - Malicious actors sometimes send from email addresses made to look like an official email address but in fact is missing a letter(s), misspelled, replaces a letter with a lookalike number (e.g. “O” and “0”), or originates from free email services that would not be used for official communications.