If AOL Mail Isn’t Working on Your Phone.
If AOL Mail is unavailable to everyone, there isn’t much that can be done except wait for service to be restored. The following are the most popular methods for determining whether or not a service is unavailable:
If you’re using a web browser, make sure you’re going to the right location and didn’t mistype the URL: You should be trying to visit http://mail.aol.com.
Points Must Be Remember
1. If you’re using a mobile app, be sure you’re using the official AOL Mail app for iPhone or AOL Mail app for Android.
2. If you can’t get to AOL Mail via a web browser, the site might be down
But the service itself is still working, so try using the mobile app on your phone instead, if possible. You can also try the Opposite: If you can’t get there using the app, try in a browser.
3. If you can’t get to AOL Mail in your usual browser, try to log in using a different browser (such as Chrome)
instead of Firefox, for example) or log in using your browser’s private mode.
4. If you can’t get to mail using your mobile app, close the app completely and then restart the app and try again. Make sure you’re not simply putting the app to sleep, but that you’re closing the Android or iPhone app.
5. If you’re using a browser, clear the cache.
6. Clear your browser’s cookies.
7. Check your computer for malware.
8. If none of these options worked, then you probably have an issue with the internet. Contact your ISP’s technical support for additional help.
AOL Mail is showing an Error or offline when connecting your phone
AOL may occasionally display different error messages.
That explains why you can’t connect, besides conventional HTTP status code failures such as 404 Not Found.
500 Internal Server Error, and 403 Forbidden. Here is the list of the most common ones:
a. The site is currently unavailable for maintenance. Your account may also be offline, according to a variation of this message.
b. Blerk If you try to use AOL Mail using an older or outdated browser, you may receive ERROR 1.
c. GAH! ERROR 1111 is usually resolved by updating your AOL password or deleting your browser cache.