Use POP or IMAP to sync AOL Mail on a third-party app or download your email Learn how to sync AOL Mail with a third-party app, using POP or IMAP, to send and receive emails in the app or download...
Go to the far top left to Options>Account Info>Account Security>Scroll Down to Generate and Manage App Passwords>Select a name for ex. Outlook PC>Copy Password>Now Click Add Account in Outlook>Click Other Account Pop, IMAP>Enter AOL email>Enter Name>Lastly, Paste the Generated Password This should work. It worked for me.
How to sync AOL Mail with Outlook (2016) In Outlook, open the File menu located at the top and select Info. Next, press on Add Account and insert your AOL email adress and password. According to your needs, you can then select either Select Manual setup or additional server types.
Use AOL Mail in an app with 2-step verification enabled Use AOL Mail in the AOL app Use AOL Mail on an iOS device Use AOL Mail on an Android device Use AOL Mail on a mobile web browser Set up AOL...
Step 2: Set up AOL mail in Outlook 2016, 2019, and Microsoft 365 Open Outlook and go to the File tab Select Info and click on the Add Account button Enter your AOL email address and click on the connect button Enter AOL App Password and click on the connect button Select IMAP and click on the Done button
login in to aol account ( the one you cant use on outlook) on a browser click on the username on the top right of the page (you email name) select "account security" scroll to the bottom and tap "manage app passwords" tap the drop down menu "select your app" select "outlook desktop" tap "generate"
https://www.slipstick.com/outlook/yahoo-aol-accounts-outlook/ It has to do with letting your email, while logged into your browser, access Outlook as an app instead of a normal log in. It will give you a code to use as a password instead of your actual log in password! Follow the link for a step-by-step.
b) - Select <Show Profile> --> <Add> --> give the new profile a name (no need to remove the existing Outlook profile) c) - Configure your email account (s) *** if you have more then one, suggest configuring only the AOL account to see if it works. If it does, configure the other accounts normally from within Outlook.