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Can't send e-mail.But can receive them.Message say's MAILER DAEMON and say's the people I send them to they don't have a yahoo account.

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If I'm not mistaken a mailer daemon is a service in an email server
it looks like a default response from the service letting you know the person you were trying to reach with the account you enter for destine account is not valid account.

try to check the spelling of the destine account holder... xxxxxx@yahoo.com make sure enter the ending aswell ...@yahoo.com some accounts may even have a ...@yahoo.com.es to indicate the the region the account was created in if that applied when the account was created..

test by creating an account yourself and sending email to that account..
test by also sending an email to yourself.

if no possitive result try checking with yahoo directly here
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/edit/

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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