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Sending and/or copying myself on emails

For the last several months now, I am unable to copy myself or send emails directly to myself. This was never a problem in the past but I can no longer do this on my yahoo email. Anyone know why?

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Why do u need to send it to ur email neways.Just save it in DRAFTS,that"l serve the same purpose.

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