To keep your device and data safe You can disable images from unknown addresses in AOL Mail. While viewing an email on your AOL Mail login account, this technique can safeguard you from unintentionally downloading malware or viruses.
These photos can be used by cybercriminals and hackers to infect your device with harmful code. As a result, it's critical to block photos from unknown emails. If you're concerned about your device's internet security, check out this article, where we'll show you how to block photos from unknown email accounts.

Method to block images in AOL Email account 
 
To prevent photos from being sent by unknown senders, follow the instructions below:-

1. Go to the AOL login page on your phone or computer.
2. Download and install the AOL mobile app.
3. On the sign-in page, enter your login credentials, such as your username and password, and then click Sign in.
4. After you've logged into your AOL email account, go to Options and click on your username.
5. Now look for the 'Mail settings' option and select it.
6. Go to the 'General' tab; if you've already been there, skip this step.
7. Select 'Hide photos from unknown addresses' from the 'Reading' section and click Save.
8.Finally, photos from an unknown sender have been disabled in your AOL email account.

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