It came back to my main account when I tried to send an e-mail... I am the only one that has an e-mail address set up there, and I certainly don't send spam from it... This is the first time I've ever tried to e-mail someone in AOL though.
I would recomend calling AOL.... There have special department just dealing with spam and other similar related issues....Back in the day when i was using aol i got the similar message i called aol and they asked me to send the email to TOS and from there i dont know what happened....
Contact your Data Center and ask them to reverse map the IP for your server to the server name. This way when you send email, and other email servers test to see if the IP lookup matches the name lookup (spam protection), your server check out as valid
I signed up for this, and I found out that one of my users had a default forwarder going to AOL and he was complaining about SPAM and it was giving our server bad scores. We now talked to the customer and we seem to be complaint free for now. It is great, hopefully more ISPs start using it