To send and get AOL email through an outsider email customer, you’ll have to physically arrange the servers and port numbers with upheld AOL Mail data. On the off chance that you get to AOL Mail through mail.aol.com or the AOL application you don’t have to roll out any improvements to your settings.
You might be provoked to choose either IMAP or POP3, so on the off chance that you change the arrangement make a point to spare or move down your email to maintain a strategic distance from a potential misfortune amid the progress.
Update server settings
Most email software and applications have an account settings menu where you’ll need to update the IMAP or POP3 settings. When entering your account info, make sure you use your full email address, including @aol.com, and that the SSL encryption is enabled for incoming and outgoing mail.
Protocol Server Settings Port Settings
POP 3 Incoming mail server (POP3): pop.aol.com
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.aol.com POP3-995-SSL
IMAP Incoming mail server (IMAP): imap.aol.com
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.aol.com IMAP-993-SSL
Common email client settings
Settings may be in a different location in each email client, though the AOL server and port settings will always be the same. For additional questions specific to the email client, check the manufacturer’s website. Manufacturers cannot answer questions about your AOL Mail settings, or your AOL username or password.