AOL Mail is one of the few free web-based email services that are user-friendly. It supports the SMTP, POP3, and IMAP protocols. AOL Mail is available in 54 languages and is mainly used for commercial purposes. Despite the many fantastic features offered by AOL Mail, users face problems with this email service occasionally. Sometimes, AOL Mail will not function properly in the web browser you are using. In some other situations, you might face issues with viewing images on AOL Mail. In such cases, you can try using AOL Basic Mail. It does not require a fast Internet connection. However, using AOL Basic Mail is only a temporary solution. Read on to find out the solution for some of the common AOL Mail issues. AOL Mail problems might, sometimes, be caused by misconfigured mail settings. So, in this topic, we shall discuss changing, updating, and reset AOL Mail settings.
AOL Mail permits you to change or update the account settings, if necessary. However, you cannot reset the entire settings of the AOL Mail application. By changing/updating the AOL Mail settings, you can easily customize it to suit all your needs. And, by updating the settings, you can enjoy the personalized mail experience you have always wanted.
Without further ado, let’s look into the procedure to update your AOL Mail settings (instead of resetting them, which is not practically possible).
On your computer, launch AOL Mail.
Enter your AOL Mail account credentials in the fields provided.
Today on AOL: You can select the checkbox to show the latest news, mail tips, and unread messages.
Sender Name Display: You can choose to display the sender’s name or the email address.
Reading: You have the facility to choose how you want all your emails to be displayed in your Inbox.
In order to prevent third parties from reading your mail content, email encryption is done, which is basically digitizing the information within.
There are not many ways to prevent spam from piling up in your Inbox. Here’s how you can filter out most of them.
AT&T Email error 0x800CCC0F occurs when mails are not being sent or received through AT&T services. Due to the technical glitches causing it, many email functions are disabled. The computer’s Operating System might get frozen.
Open the Gmail app.Select the inbox tab you want to delete.You’ll find the Empty Box button over the Compose button.