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You can find the "formatting option" in bottom while composing a new mail. In that you can change the font size. Or If you want to set default means, go to settings -> General -> Text style. You can change here.

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Get a lawyer, you don't get win win for free. There isn't enough detail here to answer the question but it sounds like you want something for nothing and want the other person to feel good about giving it to you. In 60 years you didn't figure out that things like that don't happen?

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Why u add aol.Com add onto mail i add to business sites, like walmart

So I can better assist you, could you provide me with a few more details as to what isn't working? Is your email address not working? Thank you for the additional information.

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Using AOL software, put the address in parentheses like (Candi@aol.com) and it will be a BCC.

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The disadvantage is: If the person you send it to does not answer unsolicited mail, your letter may get trashed or shifted down the totem pole and lost. By sending it to a specific department, like "Customer Service" or "Consumer Resources", you may get a faster and more direct response.