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AIM: "Sign on failed. Try again"

I just started an AIM account, and I'm trying to sign on, and it keeps saying "Sign on failed. Try again" I dont know what to do and how to fix it. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. Thanks!

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Contact AOL help desk?

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They might point to a help-page on theire web site or talk you through the problem to find a solution.

Kees

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Same problem only different

In reply to: AIM: "Sign on failed. Try again"

I usually keep AIM running so I can communicate with friends. I signed off of it today and when I went back to the sign on screen it gave me the same message. What makes it really weird is that my other user name signs on fine. Gets stranger. Although I am able to sign on on another computer with an older version of AIM, using triton on another computer yeilds the same results. Must be a conspiracy. I guess we'll wait and see. A call into AOL help desk offers no support at all just telling me to go to aim.com/help. Any other suggestions?

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