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Answered: Why does aol and all tabs shut down when i log off aol mail. This also

When you sign out of AOL in one window or tab, the entire session ends - this closes all open sessions for security purposes.

Answered: AIM shutting AOL 9.7 down

Hi Jim: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. Connection problems with AOL Desktop software

Answered: Everytime I hit reply to a persons email AOL shuts ...

Hi Randy: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. Run Quick Restore

Answered: At least once or twice a day, aol shuts down and reboots

Hi Steve: Please provide me with additional information about the issue you are experiencing (see questions below). 1. Are you using the AOL Desktop software or AOL Webmail? 2. If you're using the AOL Desktop software, please let me know what version you are using. 3. Do you get an error message ...
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Staying logged on to AOL

Are you using a web browser or the AOL software?

Why does my AOL 9.5 shut down when I open some emails or when I try to

AOL software/program has always been unstable like that ... everyone who uses AOL has experienced frustrating crashes, sometimes frequently. Try to restart your computer, which reloads AOL when you open it. I am not positive, but it seemed to me that this did help with repetitive aol crashes for ...

How can I get my AOL to shut completely down?

Hi Nancy: 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 close automatic aol?

<P>To turn off the Automatic AOL Scheduler </P> <P>1. On the Mail menu on the AOL toolbar, click Set Up Automatic AOL. 2. Click Schedule Automatic AOL. 3. Clear the Enable Scheduler check box. 4. Click OK. </P> <P>To disable any scheduled session: 1. Click the Mail menu, then click Set Up ...