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Contributor Tina1
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I have yet to receive my email about the email changing to aol.  I have tried to call but the wait is over an hour.  I think you have to make a decision by tomorrow, what do I do????

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@Tina1 wrote:

I have yet to receive my email about the email changing to aol.  I have tried to call but the wait is over an hour.  I think you have to make a decision by tomorrow, what do I do????


  1. These forums are peer to peer.  Verizon is unlikely to respond.
  2. If you are a Verizon/Yahoo customer you are not migrating at least at this time
  3. They are migrating in waves.  Lots of customers haven't been told to migrate yet.
  4. The emails are more to tell those who are using a mail client app that its time to migrate.  If you are a Webmail customer you will see you a message when you login to email.
  5. If you think you missed an email, and are using an app such as Outlook, gmail, apple mail, thunderbird, etc., just logon to the webmail to check  http://webmail.verizon.com
Contributor MEV
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Registered: ‎04-09-2017
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When will I receive the notification to migrate my Verizon email account to AOL?

Contributor rswpdc
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Registered: ‎04-13-2017
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I have yet to receive the email notification about email retirement and migration to AOL.  When will I receive the email?  Should I be worried that I haven't heard anything?

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Have you seen this ?

 

https://www.verizon.com/Support/Residential/email/migrations.htm?CMP=DMC-CVZ_ZZ_ZZ_Z_DO_N_X00425

 

Migration is being done by Areas.

 

Tom
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Nickel Contributor
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I live in Fort Washington, MD and have been a Verizon customer since Verizon was Bell Atlantic.  I have NEVER been notified that I must migrate to AOL.  

Contributor Veteran68
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Message 17 of 47
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I have not seen anything about this, I wish to migrate to AOL , I cannot lose my address

Contributor felin
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Registered: ‎04-17-2017
Message 18 of 47
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As of 4-17-17 I have still not been sent a message or email asking me to move my email address to AOL. I know the time is approaching when Verizon will no longer provide email service. I dont know what to do to preserve my email address. Any info would be helpful.

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They are doing things in waves.  Probably over several months.  And note that at least at this time NO migration of Yahoo/Verizon email accounts to AOL.

Contributor misterb
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Message 20 of 47
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As of April 17 I have not received notification on my email account or sub accounts about migrating to AOL. No message appears when I log into my Verizon.net email either.  Should I be concerned that I slipped through the cracks? When should I receive notification by?

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