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I know I am being 20th century, but I still use AOL for my email. I have used it for a very long time, and I have not tried another email service because it is such a pain to switch. I use aol.com to get to my email, but sometimes it works slowly. I tried using Windows Live to obtain my aol emails by downloading them to my computer, but it caused some syncing problems. Are there any other programs I can use to retrieve my aol email, including the ones I have saved? Is there an easy way to switch to a different email service now? Thanks for your suggestions.

asked Aug 02 '10 at 22:18

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I have used AOL for a long time too, but I have also used gmail now, it's easy to setup and fast to access in my opinion. And I just sign my new accounts up with gmail and gradually switch over to gmail. I still use AOL for my friends.

answered Aug 02 '10 at 22:28

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Same here. I totally recommend Gmail.

(Aug 02 '10 at 22:38) catchatyou catchatyou's gravatar image

For some reason, I did see this answer until today. I have managed to move my contacts without the Gmail tool, but it would have been a lot easier if I had used the tool. Oh, well. Such is life. Thanks for your response.

(Jul 18 '11 at 20:17) bradto bradto's gravatar image

I use hotmail. But that's just me. I'd recommend Gmail as well.

answered Jul 18 '11 at 20:36

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I still use Aol and access my email through Thunderbird via IMAP.

answered Jul 18 '11 at 22:19

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