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i recieve this error message message

Error 2: Mailbox Connection Problem

Uh-oh! Something’s interrupting the connection to your mailbox.
Please wait for a few minutes, then try again. That usually does the trick. If your account won’t open for more than two hours, please tell us.

- The Mail Product team

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Are you still having problems?  Can you try going directly to mail.aol.com instead of a bookmarked link?

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