Updating aol is for crap
They will be encrypting the emails that are saved on your hard drive so that no one will be able to read them, thus providing you with more protection.And, because you are a paying customer, you’ll have access to their tech support (definitely not US-based). I am going to recommend that you DO NOT install this software unless want the headache(s) of dealing with it.You can opt out of those targeted ads — but not Google’s data collecting — by turning off “ad personalization” in your personal Google settings.There you have it, three not so great possibilities, but that’s the way of the email world in 2017.If there ever was a time to break free of the AOL desktop software, it is now.It should not be too difficult, but I’m going to cover the available options – and there are only three.
The answer is: Sure you can; but you have to do it one at a time. You have to open the email, select File, then chose the type to save it as, and then you have to use a unique name for each one.
This is not about a rare instance that we casually bump into.
Every now and then users find AOL mail not working properly, freezing up, getting slower and what not.
From what I have read in a variety of online forums, this software is a complete travesty.
It functions poorly, doesn’t address the needs of most users, and is subject to frequent crashes and computer freezes despite the (supposedly) frequent updates from AOL.
You may have received – or in all likelihood will receive – an email from AOL that reads, in part: Thanks to one of my clients for forwarding this email to my attention.