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I am having the same trouble too, i have tried it on diffrents places but still doesn't load, i think there might be a fault in general with the page.. :) I was on it about a hour ago while doing diffrent things and i tried to refresh it and nothing would happen once i logged out i couldn't get it back again.. sound like your situation?
I have had the same frustration. I gave up and created a desktop folder that I labeled "crud". I download the attachments to that folder and open them from there. This way it is easy to find them, view them, and then delete them.
I would love to hear from someone that knows more on this subject.
When you are in your inbox, click on the email you want to read. When the email is open and you have an attachment you want to open, go to the top of the text box and look for the little paper clip for attachments. Click on the paper clip and wait a couple of seconds. There will be a green box that will appear and it will say (down load attachment). Click on this box and then another box will say save or download. If you want to view only, then click download. If you want to save to your computer, click save and select a destination file.
This probably means that you do not have a program associated with the type of attachment you have been receiving. Rather than open the attachments, save them to your computer, and then check if you have a program that can open the attachment.
I had a similar problem with outlook express. A friend made a file on my desktop so that when an attchment comes in, instead of opening it I save it to this file and then open it from my desktop. I don't know if this can be down from yahoo but you could give it a go.