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Josh, Support Specialist
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Experience:  5 years as Network Admin, 10+ years of IT support
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How do I recover my events on my aol calendar It is blank

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How do I recover my events on my aol calendar? It is blank and all events are gone. I have Windows 7 and recent version of IE. I have already gone through the steps on aol by clearing history, cache, java enabled, etc.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Josh replied 5 years ago.

1. On the AOL or AIM Mail window, in the upper right, click the Calendar button.
2. Click the Month button.
3. Under My Calendars, click the box next to your default calendar (the calendar with your screen name) to place a check mark in it.

Check to see if your calendar displays

If you are using AOL desktop software:

. Go to AOL Keyword: Calendar or go to

2. Ensure that the box next to your default calendar (the calendar with your Username) has a check mark in it.

3. Close and re-open your calendar, and then check if you are able to view events.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Already tried this and to no avail. This is one of the first steps recommended. I have cleaned history, cache, made sure java was enabled, etc. I also returned to older version of aol and did a system restore as a last resort.
Expert:  Josh replied 5 years ago.
You will need to contact AOL here:


If it can be recovered they will be able to help you through that number
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Ugh!!! Thank you for the help though. Have a good night.
Expert:  Josh replied 5 years ago.
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