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How can I set up a second e-mail address or additional e-mail addresses to keep things separate

How can I set up a second e-mail address or additional e-mail addresses to keep things separate

 

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Just go to mail.aol.com and click 'Sign Up!'

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Can i set up an email address for my son

Yes - you can create an account at myaccount.aol.com if you want it to be connected to yours - or at mail.aol.com.