Tip & How-To about Miscellaneous
I have seen many questions that are so vague that I am not even sure what the problem is. Instead of asking "Why can't I get logged into my email?" Give the people trying to answer your question as much information as possible. It's better to ask, "I am trying to log-in to my yahoo mail account from my windows 7 professional computer using Chrome browser Version 49.0.2623.112 m and I get the error message (Server not re-directing properly)" This way the person trying to answer your question has some idea of where the error message is coming from and possible causes of said error message. The same goes for questions about everything. Your car, (What make and model and year), your cell phone, (Manufacture, model, operating system version) Remember people the devil is in the details and usually so is the solution. Vague questions are going to get your question either skipped over or your going to get vague answers.
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