I log into yahoo account and it comes up showing emails...click on them to open and receive these error messages: name: Type Error; message: 'gExtContent' is undefined; number: -2146823279; description: 'gExtContent' is undefined.
The 2nd one is: message: object required; number: -2146827864; description: object required. I click "OK" on both and the page goes blank and says "loading" top left of screen but nothing ever happens. I have 2 other email accounts and can access those fine. ANy help would be HUGE. Thank you!
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Not being able to access your Yahoo! account is frustrating.
If someone has broken into your account and changed your password, or if you have forgot your password, you may be temporarily unable to access your Yahoo! account.
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This may sound absurd but you're logged into yahoo mail but was staring at the inbox for hours because you can't access your inbox or you simply can't open those emails even though you're almost there looking at the email previews.
No matter how you try to open the inbox folder, you simply can't access it or you're too close to reading the email by clicking on the preview link but it just wouldn't open and all you see is a blank screen.
Generally, we access our mails via yahoo's web interface or sometimes we do it from yahoo messenger window when new email alerts come. Whichever way we do it, we cannot always assume that since yahoo is a large company, we definitely won't get server errors. In fact, if you happen to have used an extension from Firefox that could determine web servers, I've noticed that local yahoo mails are sometimes hosted somewhere else, like for example, Singapore for some parts of Asia.
Have you ever tried accessing your yahoo mail via IM and were able to run into any of problems stated above? Then you don't really have to uninstall or remove the messenger or clear your proxy settings in case you're using one. These glitches sometimes occur but that doesn't mean your account has been compromised. It's also cumbersome to delete your account then create a new one just to get away from this hassle.
You may try logging out then clear your chance or refresh/restart browser then logging in again. In my experience, I even switched browsers but if the problem persists, don't log out but open this link
Click the link shown above or copy-paste it into your web browser's address bar "as is".
As you can see, it's a yahoo mobile interface but it surely works like magic although there's no way you can log out from it, simply close the browser window whenever you're done reading your emails while you still can't access your emails using the normal site.
Also, pictures are not viewable using the link, only pure texts from the email will appear.
There have been problems with accessing yahoo email accounts from several areas. This is because your current network service provider could hardly connect to yahoo's email server's and vice versa. Can you try logging into http://wap.yahoo.com
This is yahoo's alternative site to check email. Click on the Email link on the upper right corner of the site and login your username and password.
first go to yahoo.com(or other if you have account there) sign in with your email (firstname.lastname@example.org) the write your password(*******) click sign in then click Inbox here you have all the email you receive click on one of then then you can read it.
Error Code 1
Most likely this is temporary issue that will soon resolve itself.
"Error Code 1" is generally caused from having multiple browser windows
open or multiple tabs within the same browser open to your Yahoo! Mail
If you are still receiving the error code, please try the following:
Go to your Yahoo email account and look at the right of the screen, next to where your name shows up (it says "Hi, [your_name]!"). To the right of your name is a tiny link that says "sign out." Click this, and you should be able to log into your new account.
Yahoo is still having some problems at the moment. Suggested cures range from Update Adobe Flash Player and Java script to clear IE7 cache, cookies, and browsing history. Different things seem to work for different people. It's causing attachments to not show, 999 errors where it won't let you do a particular action and some people cannot send receive delete or move mail. It's not just Vista either it's happening to some of us on XP. If all else fails go back to classic mail via this link. http://us.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/optout?s... click yes when asked do you want to opt out.
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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