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  2. Account Management: Cancel or reactivate your AOL account

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    Click My Services. Click Subscriptions. Click Manage next to the plan you'd like to cancel. If prompted, verify your account. Click Cancel. At the bottom of the page, click Cancel My Billing. Select a reason for canceling from the drop-down menu. Click Cancel My Billing. Things to know when you change your AOL account to the free AOL plan:

  3. Create and manage third-party app passwords - AOL Help

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    If you've activated 2-step verification for your AOL account, you'll need to generate and use an "app password" to access AOL Mail from these apps. An app password is a long, randomly generated...

  4. Configure POP and IMAP settings for Verizon.net AOL Mail ...

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    If you access AOL Mail through mail.aol.com or the AOL app you don't need to make any changes to your settings. You may be prompted to select either IMAP or POP3, so if you change the configuration make sure to save or back-up your email to avoid a potential loss during the transition. Update server settings

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    Keep a valid mobile phone number or email address on your account in case you ever lose your password or run into a prompt to verify your account after signing in. We'll also include your recovery...

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

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    Enable 2-step for authenticator app Sign in with 2-step for authenticator app Disable 2-step verification on your account 1. Sign in to your Account Security page. 2. Next to "2-Step Verification,"...

  7. Secure your AOL account - AOL Help

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    Learn what you can do to keep your private information and emails safe in your account. Keep your information private and prevent unauthorized access to your account. Safe sign-in methods, up-to-date contact info, and good online habits help keep you secure and safe from scammers. Important: AOL never asks for your password in emails or phone ...

  8. Protecting your AOL Account - AOL Help

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    Your AOL WebMail, My Account, Games.com, etc., will contain a url that begins with “https.” You can monitor your account activity in MyAccount. The information here can help you determine if there's been strange or suspicious activity on your account. 1. Sign in to MyAccount. 2. Click Manage My Account Details. 3. Choose View My Account ...

  9. Update AOL Mail settings - AOL Help

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    AOL Mail can be customized to suit your every need. Personalize how you write emails, manage your incoming messages, the general look of your inbox, and more. 1. Sign in to AOL Mail. 2. Under your username, click Options | Mail Settings. . 3. Click the tab for the setting you want to change.