American Online, now commonly called AOL, was one of the early leaders of Internet services and has remained a leader in the industry, offering games, chats, news and e-mail services. Through AOL Mail, you can organise your contacts, create to-do lists and organise your events on a calendar. AOL enables you to send and receive e-mail and use any of your services from any computer that has access to the Internet.
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Go to the AOL Mail Web page (See Resources). Type your AOL username and password into the appropriate fields and click "Sign In" to log on to your AOL e-mail account.
Click the "Sign up for a free account" if you do not have an AOL e-mail account. Follow the guided prompts to create an account.
Once you are logged in to your AOL Mail account, click "Inbox and select any e-mail you would like to read.
Click the "Reply" button if you want to send a reply message to a sender. Click "Reply All" if you want to reply to everyone listed on the email. Click the "Forward" button if you want to forward a message you received to multiple recipients. Click the "Delete" button if you want to delete the message.
Click the "New" button if you want to start a new e-mail. Type your recipient's e-mail address, include a subject and then type your message. Click "Send" to send your e-mail. Click the "Save" button if you want to save the email as a draft and send it later.
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