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Answered: How to stop spam

Not AOL you are on, go to Settings and you can find Spam Controls. Click on this. You can set your spam control to high which should take care of most of your spam. Also while there you can change your settings if you only what certain individuals sending you mail and also if you want to block ...

Answered: Reporting Spam

On AOL Answers, click on Report and select Spam as the reason. On AOL, select the mail and click on Report Spam.

Answered: Can you please improve your spam filter?

It is hard for a spam filter to recognize gibberish as spam. There are many accidental misspellings. Maybe it could recognize Viagdt and Cialifys and phrabrma but there are millions of ways to modify the key words in just a few letters.

Answered: At home I have mail that I am waiting to send. I am online with AOL at a

You mail waiting to be sent is in the Personal Filing Cabinet in your computer at home. It is not stored on AOL servers.

Answered: SPAM------

If I knew how to get rid of spam I'd be as rich as Bill Gates. Seriously, no one knows how. Best you can do is use your spam filters to try to block as much of it as possible.

Answered: Spam

Dude, seriously, if knew the answer to that, I could make a fortune.
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Missing Sent Mail

Unfortunately when an attacker deletes mail in your account, they do so having gained full access to your account - it is just as if you deleted the mail yourself. This means that the mail is generally lost.

Retrieving spam after deletion

Hi Janie: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I recover a recently deleted email?

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And a very simple ignore button like on the old Message Boards would be a welcome addition that any mediocre programmer could facilitate in about 5 minutes if AOL had anyone on staff who was good enough to be called mediocre. But unfortunately they don't.