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OS X Leopard :: Disconnecting A Logged-in AOL Account Remotely?


My elderly parents have a dial-up AOL account, and they often forget to disconnect, which ties up their only phone line, so we can't reach them.

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Quad Intel
Mac OS X (10.5.6)


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