This is a user script for AOL(tested with aol.com, aim.com, icqmail.com, icq number).
If you want to use it in WebMail Notifier, install this script.
Before update remove current AOL script.
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Koen de Vries 2009.10.09 23:46
The main webmailadress I'm using is a "live.nl"-account and it's the only webmailaccount I'm using that won't work with the add-on. Is it possible to get that account working too?
Vanessa 2009.11.10 01:22
This is a great add-on. I just started using it for my gmail and it works great, but for AOL not so much. I downloaded the script you provided as a JScript Script file but when I add it to the add on it just gives me the message "AOL: not checked". I've tried the "check now" option, I've tried deleting and re-adding all of my accounts, to no avail. What should I do next? (Running FF v 3.5.5)
rokoe 2009.12.02 12:56
AOL script needs updating, it does not work and fails auto login as well. FF 3.5.5
Vanessa 2009.12.04 02:07
I deleted the old AOL script and installed the new one to no avail, get that same "AOL: not checked" message :(
Plain_Jim 2009.12.06 06:28
OK, in Linux, in the ~/.mozilla/firefox/(randomstring)default folder was a folder called wmn (for WebMail Notifier, no doubt) that had the old aol.js in it. I deleted the folder, downloaded and installed the new aol.js, and it's working now. If I can get it to work in my XP install, I'll post that, too. (By the way, the "~" above stands for /home/[your home directory name]).
OK, in XP, the aol.js file to delete is in c:\|Documents & Settings\|(name)|\Application Data\|Mozilla\|Firefox\|Profiles\|(randomstring).default\|wmn. (Chnage the pipes to backslashes; this website doesn't like backslashes, evidently.) Get5 rid of that aol.js, then go back and do the install thru the procedure in the add-on itself, and you should be good to go. (And I love my netbook, but it is a pain to type on.)
rokoe 2009.12.06 12:06
i did that Plain_Jim
i deleted the old aol.js 1.93kb manually and added the new aol.js 2.10kb using the Webmail Notifier options. i am still showing the message AOL : not checked and then i right click the mail icon and select 'Open AOL' it fails to auto login and brings me to http://webmail.aol.com/Welcome.aspx?sitedomain=sns.webmail.aol.com&lang=en&locale=us&authLev=0&siteState=ver%3a4|rt%3aSTANDARD|at%3aSNS|ld%3awebmail.aol.com|uv%3aAOL|lc%3aen-us|mt%3aAOL|snt%3aScreenName|sid%3a6a78c40c-f012-4e2b-ac4c-66d51c67a6bb&offerId=mail-second-en-us&seamless=novl
is the problem my username|aol email address is *****@aim.com instead of aol.com?
please Byungwook Kang how do i fix this?
Plain_Jim 2009.12.29 11:05
With the new update (2.0.1), here's what I had to do:
1) add all the Mail.Com accounts as AOL accounts again
3) restart Firefox. All my Mail.Com accounts are working again.
Vanessa 2010.01.12 01:40
AOL script stopped working with the new upgrade, can you provide the new one?
jane 2010.02.12 06:53
AOL stopped working today (I think). I use it with an "@iname.com" account.
There is no longer any script in the "wmn" folder, it must have been removed by an update.
And, I run on linux, if that matters...
I have tried to remove account, restart FF and then add the account again. No luck, though...
And: There are no error messages in the console.
Vinnie 2010.07.12 00:01
please can you make a webmail notifier for google chrome as well?
Thomas 2010.10.05 21:44
Since the last 2 or 3 updates, Webmail Notifier now indicated twice as many unread mails as there really are.
For example if I receive 1 mail, then Webmail Notifier tells me I have 2 unread mails. If I receive one more mail, then it says I have 4 unread mails, etc.
I use Webmail Notifier 2.6 with Firefox 3.6.3 in Windows XP.
Thank you very much for your very useful add-on.