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  2. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    On March 21, 2002, Yahoo! eliminated free software client access and introduced the $29.99 per year Mail Forwarding Service. Mary Osako, a Yahoo! Spokeswoman, told CNET, "For-pay services on Yahoo!, originally launched in February 1999, have experienced great acceptance from our base of active registered users, and we expect this adoption to ...

  3. Yahoo (2017–present) - Wikipedia

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    The company would be renamed Verizon Media the following month in January 2019. [11] On May 3, 2021, Verizon announced that 90 percent of the division would be acquired by Apollo Global Management for roughly $5 billion, and would simply be known as Yahoo after the agreement comes to a close.

  4. Access your AOL Calendar - AOL Help

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    Add events, set up reminders, and create multiple calendars to keep your work and personal life separate. To sync schedules and simplify event planning, subscribe to someone else's calendar or share your own. AOL Calendar is only available on desktop web browsers and AOL Desktop Gold. 1. Sign in to AOL Mail. 2. Click Calendar.

  5. Yahoo! data breaches - Wikipedia

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    Verizon stated that they will "review the impact of this new development before reaching any final conclusions". In February 2017, Verizon and Yahoo! announced that the deal will still go forward, but dropping the sale price by $350 million, down to $4.48 billion.

  6. AOL - Wikipedia

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    History 1983–1991: Early years. AOL began in 1983, as a short-lived venture called Control Video Corporation (or CVC), founded by William von Meister.Its sole product was an online service called GameLine for the Atari 2600 video game console, after von Meister's idea of buying music on demand was rejected by Warner Bros. Subscribers bought a modem from the company for US$49.95 and paid a ...

  7. Internet in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Both types of access generally use a modem, which converts digital data to analog for transmission over a particular analog network (ex. the telephone or cable networks). Dial-up access is a connection to the Internet through a phone line, creating a semi-permanent link to the Internet.

  8. CompuServe - Wikipedia

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    TapCIS (The Access Program for the Compuserve Information Service) was an automated MS-DOS-based software application that sped up access to, and management of, CompuServe email accounts and forum memberships for PC users from 1981 until 2004 when advances in CompuServe technology rendered it obsolete. It was described as "archaic-looking (but ...

  9. Fix problems sending AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    If your Mail settings don't have Rich Text or HTML enabled, you could have problems with viewing images in forwarded emails. These settings can be enabled from the Mail Settings page. Send image as an attachment: If you've sent an image in an email, but your recipient didn't receive it there may have been a problem with the way the file was sent.