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This is very simple. Never click on a link that you get in an email. Period. Even if you think that you know the sender.

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For outgoing email - Open AOL - at the top before you sign on - Settings - Fonts and Text - make your changes and CLICK SAVE ----------------- Sign on to AOL - at the top - Settings - Customize AOL - Text and Fonts - make changes and SAVE. ------------- For signature open write mail -- at the right ...

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What is it about that particular system you're looking for? I'd just get a new JVC. I'm partial to Pioneer systems, JVC a close second, and Denon. Never buy a Sony. They make great speakers and TVs, crappy stereo systems and DVD players.
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