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(Those free CDs, we presume, are not coming back.) Customers have 30 days to choose one of three options before they lose access to their accounts: Head over to AOL, transfer their email to another provider or leave their accounts alone to be deleted. Verizon has, since last week, been notifying customers that it is giving up control of 4.5 million customer email accounts and will be migrating those accounts to AOL — a move that may give some flashbacks to the 1990s.But I suspect many people are not used to the idea of one mail service letting you use a different company’s address. It's a Verizon property, having been bought in 2015.And not only should any mail, contacts and calendars saved on Verizon’s web-mail site transfer intact (note that although I use Verizon’s Fios Internet service myself, I have yet to get the e-mail announcing the move), you’ll get a better e-mail service.If you make the mistake of clicking on the link you are taken to a website that isn’t AOL at all, but asks for all kinds of personal information: your name, address, credit card details, your AOL username and password, date of birth and even social security number!
It also doesn’t support a standard feature called IMAP that will sync messages across multiple devices; download an e-mail from Verizon’s site to your laptop, and you can no longer see it on your phone.AIM (previously AOL (America Online) Instant Messenger) is an instant messaging and presence computer program which uses the proprietary OSCAR instant messaging protocol and the TOC protocol to allow registered users to communicate in real time.AIM was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s in North America, and was the leading instant messaging application in that region.As of June 2011 However, this number only reflects installed IM applications, and not active users.The engineers responsible for AIM claimed that they were unable to convince AOL management that free was the future.