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

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    2. Click Generate app password or Generate and manage app passwords. 3. Enter your app's name in the text field. 4. Click Generate password. 5. Follow the instructions below the password. - Be sure to enter the password into your app without any spaces. 6. Click Done. Use this app password and your email address to sign in to your email app.

  3. Ways to securely access AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    Continue using third-party mail apps securely Use an app password. If you use AOL two-step verification or an older email app, you may need to use an app specific password to access AOL Mail. Just remember, app passwords are only valid for the app they are created for and remain valid until you sign out or remove access to the app.

  4. Fix problems with third-party mail applications - AOL Help

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    If you're having problems accessing AOL Mail through third-party applications, such as Outlook or Thunderbird, try troubleshooting with these suggestions to make sure your email works where and when you need it. Update your password. If you recently changed your AOL password, you'll need to update it in the email client you use.

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

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    1. Sign in to your Account Security page. 2. Next to "2-Step Verification," click Turn on 2SV. 3. Click Get started. 4. Select Authenticator app for your 2-step verification method. - To see this option, you'll need to have at least 2 recovery methods on your account.

  6. 2-Step Verification with a Security Key - AOL Help

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    If you don't see the option yet, check back later! 1. Sign in and go to the AOL Account security page. 2. Under "2-Step Verification," click Security Key. 3. Follow the onscreen steps to add your Security Key. 4. Add additional recovery methods in case your Security Key is lost.

  7. Fix sending and receiving issues with third-party email apps

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    Remove and re-add your account to the third-party app. If you're prompted with manual configuration, be sure to enter the correct IMAP or POP server settings. If you need specific instructions for your app, contact its manufacturer. Keep in mind the following: • If you have two-step verification enabled, you'll need to generate an app password.

  8. Restore your browser to default settings - AOL Help

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    Restoring your browser's default settings will also reset your browser's security settings. A reset may delete other saved info like bookmarks, stored passwords, and your homepage. Confirm what info your browser will eliminate before resetting and make sure to save any info you don't want to lose. • Restore your browser's default settings in ...

  9. PHP - Wikipedia

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    PHP is a general-purpose scripting language geared toward web development. It was originally created by Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994. The PHP reference implementation is now produced by The PHP Group. PHP originally stood for Personal Home Page, but it now stands for the recursive initialism PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.