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The security check for my email account did not ...

The security check for my email account did not work right and i had to try over a dozen times to send an email. your security page could not at first be found. If you are going to make me go through this a least it should work right

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My best suggestion would be to contact the Mail team. To do so, please refer to the instructions in the following article: http://help.aol.com/help/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=70969

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