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and from it select the form (click the page to get it), that is proper for your report.
Don't send any login information unless they ask for it (they will likely NOT ask for a password, but can ask you for your username).
This error information shows that their mail login processing scripts and possibly their database interface have been corrupted or coded incorrectly, and this is something that only they can fix, not you, the mailbox user. HTH
It is pssible to get to your mail by changing your account to Yahoo Classic. To do this you will need to go to Yahoo's home page and click on the 'Mail' link. When the "Error" 1st message comes up click OK. When the 2nd messgae appears move the "Error" message over the "having trouble loggin on" message located in the top right of the of the screen. Locate the OK button over this message. Very quickly, and I mean rapid, click the OK button twice. You may need to do this several times to time it right - it took me three times, When Yahoo's solutions appear just click in the Classic option. I am now back in touch witth the world and although it hasn't resolved Yahoo's problem yoou will, at long last be in touch. I'm not claiming to be a problem solver, I found this in Yahoo's answers.
Best Answer: Yahoo and IE seem to be incompatible right now at medium to high cookie settings. You may access Yahoo Mail with a different browser, such as Firefox. Just type yahoo.mail.com in the address bar. I am able to get through with Firefox, and I hope you can too.
Or, you can set your cookies at the lowest possible setting, and that should work too. It "ires" me to have to do this, but at least it will help you get your emails if you are browsing with Internet Explorer. You can always reset your cookies after accessing your email.
right-click the menu bar and check 'Web assistant'. the Web assistant should now be showing on the tool bar. click on it and uncheck 'Block ads on this site'. this works for me in yahoo mail and also solved a problem i was having with my website's webmail account (MailEnable WebMail).
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