Using AOL on a smartphone and Report As Spam
In this post, we discuss:
- Report as Spam button
- Smartphone apps
- How to change settings in an AOL account.
- How to be added back to your Mailing List.
When using AOL desktop or web interface for email, there is a Report as Spam button available. When that button is clicked, AOL reports it to us. We automatically remove the Subscriber from the Mailing List.
The Report as Spam button is sometimes clicked by accident, especially since it's right next to the Delete button.
Other times, people will select a large group of emails, and report them all as Spam. Sometimes, that group of emails will include one of their Mailing List messages by mistake.
With Smartphone apps, there is no Report as Spam button like desktop versions.
You can still report an email as spam, but it's often within a menu and not a separate button.
Yes. You can use the AOL Mail Smartphone app, which is available for both Android and iOS.
If you have an iPhone, you can also use Apple Mail to view your AOL email account.
Sometimes, AOL may move a message from the Mailing List into the Spam/Junk folder. When you then view email on your Smartphone, the Smartphone app may "Report as Spam" as if you clicked the desktop button.
Whenever an email is reported as spam, we automatically remove the Subscriber from the Mailing List.
If you are being removed from your Mailing List because of this issue, follow the instructions below.
You have 2 options:
- Ask the List Owner to add your address back to the Mailing List.
- Email [email protected], and one of Mail-List.com's representatives will help.