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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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If you created, added, or edited contacts in a 3rd party application like Outlook or Apple Mail, these events wouldn't have been part of the Verizon items that were migrated to AOL. As these events were stored on the other application or device, you'll need to export and save the contact list, then import the events to AOL Calendar.
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Fix problems signing into your AOL account. If you're having trouble signing into your AOL account, don't give up just yet! Know how to identify and correct common sign-in issues like problems with your username and password, account locks, looping logins, and other account access errors. Keep Reading
Sign in to AOL Desktop Gold. 2. Once signed on, click the Sign Off menu at the top and select Switch Screen Name. 3. On the Sign On screen, click the small arrow pointing down to bring up a list of all stored usernames. 4. Select the desired username by clicking on it. Click Continue once you selected the username. 5.
Once you log in to the scam site, they'll have access to your AOL account info, and the software can infect your computer with viruses or malware. Because of this, you should NEVER click on links or download files from any email you receive from unknown senders.
Sign in to the AOL Account Security page. 2. Under "Verification Methods," click Add email or Add phone number. 3. Follow the on-screen prompts to enter and verify your new recovery info. 1. Sign in to the AOL Account Security page. 2. Click Edit next to the verification option you want to change.