We used to have our mail on Network Solutions and have recently switched over to Google Mail. I was the administrator for a calendar that was used by MANY people. The second that they switched over our mail, I am no longer able to access my calendar using my old sign on. ( I can get in, however my calendar is not available) PLEASE HELP!!!!
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Re: Google Calendar Access
All users at your domain have a calendar associated with their
username. This calendar offers the same features as a standard Google
Calendar, with additional functionality planned for the near future.
Because only one Calendar account can be associated with a single
username, you won't be able to create a standard Google Calendar
account associated with your username at your domain. If you'd like to
create an additional calendar, please create a new Google Account and sign in to Google Calendar (calendar.google.com) with your new Google Account
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not sure about the gmail desktop, but on the website, at the top right of your screen, there's an icon that looks like 9 little gray boxes. if you click on that, you can go to your calendar. another thing to try is to go to settings (the sprocket/gear-looking thing), click on Labs, and then enable the google calendar gadget. this will give you a mini calendar that shows a few upcoming events and has an "add" link to ... umm ... add events...
Maybe your internet connection is very low. Or You have forgotten your password. Or You have forgotten you log in ID Or You have forgotten both password and ID Or You are restricted by your network administrator
If you can see the yahoo log in dialogue box, click on 'I can't access my account' or log in using your google or facebook accounts - click on as shown.
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Are you using Internet access supplied by your employer, or by your school?
If so, then contact the Network System Administrator at your work/school, and ask them to verify that they have chosen to block access for all their employees/staff/students. It is "their" network; so, they can block whatever they want to block, because you clicked "I Agree" to their Appropriate Usage Policy, in order to access their network.
Bruce, Windows Security does not have the ability to block and e-mail account. The real problem is, is that you just forgot what the password is.
Same thing you will get from your e-mail client like Outlook 2003 or 2007, if you can't provide the correct password.
Go to the login page of Ymail and use the link "I can't access my account". Answer the questions, follow the instructions, and provide an alternate e-mail address, and the password will be e-mailed to you.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding your e-mail problem.
No. Yahoo Mail, Google or Gmail are accessible here in our end.
Try to access Yahoo Mail in different internet browser (e.g. Firefox, Opera). If the Yahoo page loads up, then the problem has something to do with the current browser that you are using. You may clear the cookies and cache of your browser and see if that will work. Here's how:
* For Internet Explorer:
1. Run Internet Explorer and click on 'Tools' menu. 2. Go to Internet Options and locate the Browsing History section. 3. Click the 'Delete' button and delete the Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History. 4. Close the Internet Explorer and re-open it. 5. Access your e-mail.
* For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Run Firefox and hit 'Tools' menu. 2. Go to 'Clear Recent History' and click the drop-down arrow for 'Time range to clear'. 3. Select 'Everything' and then click the line beside details. 4. Check browsing & download history, form & search history, cookies, cache. 5. Click "Clear Now" button. 6. Close and re-open Firefox. 7. Access your e-mail.
* For Safari:
1. Open the Safari. 2. Click the Safari menu (right beside the Apple icon) and select "Empty Cache". 3. When asked "Are you sure you want to empty the cache?", click "Empty". 4. Click the Safari menu (right beside the Apple icon) then go to "Preferences". 5. From the security dialog box, click "Bookmarks". 6. Click on "Show Cookies" button and then hit "Remove All" button. 7. Select "Done". 8. Access your email.
if you are using the Environment of Yahoo mail then switch back to Yahoo Mail Classic.....if it does not slove your problem then try to open yahoo mail on new browser....i would recommend Google Chrome.