Description: This is an article about aol com login, in which the technology guru, Aaron Rucker, stops by with some great easy-to-follow emails about how to unsubscribe from emails you don’t want and minimize the Spam in your inbox. He covers AOL email systems. If you struggle with this, this ma be very helpful.
This is Aaron Rucker, my wife is Laura Rutgers who is the editor of painting world magazine, we have been talking about that a lot of people have trouble with subscription, email, junk mail, spam email.
There are some easy ways to deal with that, this passage covers using AOL as your email client, I launch the Google web browser, I go to AOL.com and I log in, so this is my email, I have my course, there are all the different stories and stuff.
I go to the inbox, I’ve got some example emails, you may have the situation where you have a bunch of subscriptions and things you no longer want to have a subscription to, in this case I’ve got a test email here on the top and I’ve got the images there.
I’m not going to tell you to unsubscribe from painting world magazine that would be horrible, but if you had an email from any customer from the United States or a store that you have subscribed to, you will get somewhere in that email and unsubscribe link.
In this case it’s at the top of the painting world magazine, they say click unsubscribe at the link below, each company can do this, however that’s difficult, typically if you go to the bottom of one of these business emails, you’ll see something about updates and preferences unscrewed from this list.
There is a link that will take you to a site where you have to confirm getting removed from the subscription list, that’s the best way to do that, if you are getting a large amount of spanned emails, a lot of people go through them, they’ll highlight an email, then you get more options that pop up once you select that individual email.
You can click that little delete icon and delete every one that you want, you’re constantly deleting those, if you have spam email, one way to deal with that is that once you have your email selected and you go further along the icons more to the right, you see this thing called more actions, I’ll click that list and you can hit move to.
You got this move to area which has spam, trash, save mail, if you move it to trash, that is the exact same thing as clicking that delete icon, if you move something to the spam folder, I’m going to pick one of these other test emails, I’ll click more and I click spam.
What will happen is that it will move to this folder, mine is empty, but you’ll start seeing emails that are in your spam folder, once something’s designated as spam, AOL will start to block it, I don’t want to do it here because I want to get all these emails.
If you have anything that you don’t want, you can select email, go to the more action spot, go to the move to and send it to spam, eventually you may collect a lot of spam email, if I highlight over the spam email every once in a while, you may want to then click this icon.
It can permanently delete all messages and spam, that will clean it up, I’ll keep things tidy, that’s one way, remember you got two ways to go about doing things, if you have a subscription and you do not want a subscription, search out the unsubscribe button to whoever you want to unsubscribe from or you work through the more, move to spam and then you should not get any more emails from that.
Hopefully that helps, the thing that I want to talk about is that there are all sorts of more details about using AOL and Mail, I’m going to open up another tab here and in Google I’m going to search a AOL, they have a variety of sources, they have a variety of shortcuts in their own movies and stuff that you can watch, you can get a little bit more up to speed on using AOL.