who cares. my emamil account takes up like less than 2 megs, forget about gigs. I know for some its a big deal, but for most of the public, who can comunicate and transfer files through IM and what not, its just a numbers game with little actual consumer impact. Hardly anyone uses up that kind of space for email. It costs them practically nothing to do it, so it won't be unique for very long.edesignuk said:
This is true, in fact they have been slowing converting all of their rayman based pages to html and other more standard systems. Also another thing they will do is if you are an aol member and want to stop they will offer you the same screen name as your aim name and automatically for 2 weeks forward any mail from your @aol email to your @aim email account. Also aol has had a hard couple years were not to much was gotten done due to the time warner merger and then time warner basically gutting the top management of aol. But they seem have gotten back on track for the most part and are doing some decent things. So as they start offering more and more things free i urge you to give them a second chance. Also the people on these sort of forums forget Aol is targeted to the less tech knowledgeable people then your selves , so what you may consider the way to go, may be to complicated or requires bringing together more things to get online then just getting an aol account.mac-er said:AOL is slowly dismantleing their paid service.
A lot of things they used to only offer to paid members only are going to become free.
darn tootin'.... even the mmost recent 'normal user' music catalogue that I've transferred for them comes to less than a gig ...... someone who nees over 1 gig of emails is someone who has a lot of social difficulties that need adressing. ...barneygumble said:i long for the day when people actually use the 1 gig they have now, imagine how many more hard drives they are going to have to buy to cover all that Ha Ha
They've been harassing my family for two years now. My mom's an AOL user (unfortunately), yet they are still sending us the demo disks. I wish you could recycle CDs for money ...Sharewaredemon said:Hmmmm, I dunno, if you sign up for this will the send you those free "3 month trial" disks?
I wouldn't want that!
It's called deleting stuff once your done with it, as I do with my hotmail.cheekyspanky said:I don't know how you some of you have less than 2mb of email?!