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AOL Outage in Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana

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AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Greenwood, Indiana

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about AOL over the past 24 hours from users in Greenwood and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

AOL Outage Chart in Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana 08/13/2022 05:25

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Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 95.96% E-mail
  • Internet 3.15% Internet
  • Total Blackout .73% Total Blackout
  • Phone .16% Phone

AOL Outage Map Near Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Indianapolis and Greenwood.

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AOL in Greenwood, Indiana Comments

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AOL Issues Reports Near Greenwood, Indiana

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Greenwood and nearby locations:
  • Getch20 Getch20 | Alex (@Getch20) reported from Franklin, Indiana

    @cynthia1016 Twitter can be painful at times, but FB is the worst. FB is the modern fwd: fwd: FWD: fwd: unsolicited email from AOL users.

  • tristagail 𝕓𝕚𝕘𝕘𝕚𝕖 (@tristagail) reported from Indianapolis, Indiana

    only problem is i used an email from 7th grade like 15 yrs ago and I remember nothing about it but the username HELP A SISTER OUT @AOL

  • ColtsTubaGuy Ray Bridges (@ColtsTubaGuy) reported from Indianapolis, Indiana

    @chicksonright The reason it's taken Pelosi so long to transmit the documents is that they are still using AOL. The signal is still buffering!

  • JenniferAWagner Jennifer Wagner (@JenniferAWagner) reported from Indianapolis, Indiana

    @GreenlightCard Thank you. I got a response this time. Unfortunately, the response was that I have to call y’all to cancel. Reminds me of AOL in the 90s.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

    Jin Ling. Come help me guess Wei Wuxian's AOL password

  • desuc0re desuCORE! (@desuc0re) reported

    should i ignore potential copyright problems and release my aol set on spotify n stuff maybe i should remove all the sound clips from the movie?

  • FloatyRedHead23 JDM is the ****! (Scarface) (@FloatyRedHead23) reported

    @misantroopje @CarshenahJ For me, people couldn't get through with phone calls when I was online. There were times my cousin would hop on AOL messenger and tell me to get ******** off the internet so he can call me lol

  • iayam Maya (@iayam) reported

    @choomnice If they are both single, then what is the issue? I’ve been a Yang Zi fan since the AOL, and I always want her to be happy. It’s sad she can’t even be free in her own private space, and there are those bringing her down by throwing malice on what can easily happen between friends.

  • NthnGd4 GD4NTHN 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈🇬🇷🌊😷 (@NthnGd4) reported

    @DavidblogerICBW We were still learning so much about email and the Internet back then; heck, the government didn't even have servers set up during Powell's tenure. If I remember correctly, he used an AOL email address because of that. The government was slow to get on that bandwagon.

  • PokemonSports PokemonSports (@PokemonSports) reported

    @PokemonTCGDrops Does the customer support email end with @ aol .com? Mans running his site off DSL connection on a clear green iMac from 2002.

  • mrjoehumphrey Joe Humphrey 🏴‍☠️ (@mrjoehumphrey) reported

    @CatieOsaurus Two types of kids: those who make a cool curtain with AOL discs and those who get into disc fights with their friends, throwing them at each other and pretending they’re the bad guy in the Dolph Lundgren movie I Come in Peace

  • GameResearch_E Ethan Johnson (Play History) (@GameResearch_E) reported

    Least likely: Sure, AOL fought. But they lost. Most likely: No packaged internet portal gaming service ended up doing well in the long run. All of them failed and the open model of the internet won.

  • redstarinfinite redstarinfinite (@redstarinfinite) reported

    @MiamiMoleMan On the flip side my kids will never know the horror of having their parents read the transcripts with someone from AOL support explaining why we are banned

  • bombholt Brian Sorensen (@bombholt) reported

    @engineers_feed AOL getting access to Usenet was pretty god awful. Give me, give me, give me, me too, me too, me too.