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AOL Mail Features and How To Create an AOL Account
AOL Webmail is a free email service provided by AOL, a division of Verizon Communications. AOL’s email service allows you to create an online address book for your contacts within AOL Email.
AOL Email Features
- AOL Mail provides high-capacity inbox with up to 250 GB of storage.
- You can upload multiple attachments to a single email.
- AOL Mail automatically redirects spam and phishing schemes to your trash folder.
- If you have an AOL Mail account you will have access to a number of other features: assist by AOL, Data Secure by AOL, AOL Desktop, and the AOL app. You can also connect with other AOL users with live chat.
- AOL also offers AOL Desktop which provides an all-in-one experience with mail, browsing, search and content. It also comes with integrated security and update features.
- Like other email services, AOL has an integrated task calendar. This calendar allows you to invite other users to your calendar and set up reminders.
How To Create an AOL Mail Account
To start using AOL tools, including Mail, you’ll need to create an AOL account. This will give you access to an email address and all the features and services offered by AOL.
- Open a web browser (i.e. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge)
- Go to AOL.com.
- Once the page loads, click on ‘Login/Join’ in the upper right-hand corner.
- Then, click on ‘Create an account’.
- You’ll have to fill out the required forms and fields.
- Enter your name and other information and then when you’ve filled out all the fields, click on ‘Continue’.
- You’ll receive a verification email to the address you provided and you’ll need to confirm your email by clicking the “Verify” link in the email.
Creating an AOL Mail account is a fairly straightforward process. If you run into any roadblocks there are plenty of resources on AOL’s sites and elsewhere that can help you solve your issue.
AOL Mail Support and Troubleshooting
AOL Mail offers support and troubleshooting guides here. These articles will cover how to solve issues that AOL users commonly run into.