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connecting to AOL without the AOL shell?

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Hi im using an old imac 9.2.2
I connect to the internet using AOL version 5.0

However, I would like to use Remote Access to log into AOL directly, without using the AOL shell. Is this possible??

Whenever I try to use remote access to connect to the AOL access number, it looks like its about to work then it says "user name or password failed" ... but i know they are correct. When i use the AOL shell i can get on just fine.

Please help! I want to dump this crappy AOL software!
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