Originated From
AOL Search

When switching from paid aol to free aol do I get to keep my stored emails and favorites?

When switching from paid aol to free aol do you get to keep your stored emails and favorites that you currently have?  Or is all deleted and started over?

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

2 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest

You should be able to keep your stored AOL emails and favorites. To be on the safe side, I'd suggest contacting the AOL customer service and asking them. Best of luck.

Karma's a b*tch.

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Switch Screen name Status unavailable on every try ...

Switch Screen name Status unavailable on every try.. Is there a correction?? Remioved level E and problen still exists.

Asked: Switch usernames on aol software

How can I switch user names on my Mac? under the option menu there is not the username selection.

Asked: Receive spam from an aol email address

Hello, How can I report an email spam from an aol address? Some of our clients reports us that they have received email spam from an aol email address, including a suspicious attachment. Thanks!

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know

More Questions

My aol mail is not opening my mail also my ie stoped working and i can

Hi Shirley: So I can better assist you, could you please provide me with additional information? Do you get an error message? If you get an error message, could you tell me what it says? Thank you.

How do I hilite a group of emails in my inbox and then move them to my

Left click the first email -- scroll down and hold down on your Shift key and left click the last email. All will be highlighted. To remove some hold down on your CTRL key and left click to remove the highlight. You don't have to highlight any more than what you want to transfer. At the bottom of ...

When I try to acces favorites nothing happens ...

Same thing happened to me. Favorites worked fine 12 hrs ago. Is this an AOL problem?