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My Yahoo email addresses have been deleted. I've lost all of my information and I didn't do it. Is there any way to get it back?

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Emails that were sent to an address/account that was deleted can't be retrieved by you. The only possibility is contacting Yahoo support and seeing if they'll do it for you.

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Can I change my email address


https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN2047.html

Go to here and click on YAHOO ACCOUNT INFORMATION PAGE link... most likely, you cannot change it. Inform yahoo customer service if you want to delete this email and make a new one. Just make sure, your friends / contacts know you are going to delete your existing email address with a new one!!! On another note... if you have files under this email address... do you want to keep them? yahoo will completely delete everything associated with that email address!! BE CAUTIOUS!

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I cant remember my recently changed password and cannot answer any security questions, my email address is judylega@yahoo.com


Your Yahoo ID is linked to a broad array of Yahoo services, from Yahoo Messenger to online games. A Yahoo ID must be deleted from a laptop or desktop, not a mobile device. Only get rid of your Yahoo ID if you're certain you'll never need it again, because there is no option to change your mind and get your ID back once it's gone.

Deleting a Yahoo ID
When you delete a Yahoo ID, you lose access to all programs associated with it, including Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Groups and Yahoo Finance Portfolio. Deleting your Yahoo ID will not remove your listing from the Yahoo People Search, however, so your profile will continue to appear in search results unless you delete your listing before deleting your ID. Lost Information b> When a Yahoo ID is removed from the system, Yahoo deletes all of the data associated with the account, including your email messages. You cannot recover this information once it is removed; creating a backup copy of your data on a computer or external storage device is the only way to preserve it for future reference. b> Reactivating Dormant Email As long has your Yahoo email has only gone dormant -- and not been deleted as the result of an ID termination -- you can reactivate the account. Yahoo automatically makes an email account dormant if the user hasn't signed in more than four consecutive months. To reactivate such an email account, you must sign in via computer using your Yahoo ID and password, and choose "Reactivate Without Account Protection." Yahoo permanently deletes old emails when an account is deactivated, but you can resume sending and receiving email once you reactivate the account. b> Considerations b> Some premium services are not cancelled along with a Yahoo ID deletion. If you signed up for a paid service, such as Yahoo Mail Plus, the company recommends manually canceling the service -- independent of your Yahoo ID deletion -- to avoid future bills. Canceling a Yahoo ID doesn't disqualify you from signing up again in the future with a new ID, but you cannot reactivate the same ID. Hope this helps.

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I can't access my yahoo mail


Did you forget your username and password?

If so go to

https://edit.yahoo.com/forgotroot?done=http%3A%2F%2Fmail.yahoo.com&src=ym&partner=&intl=us
then click one of the radio buttons and select "Next."
Type in your Yahoo! ID--the portion of your Yahoo! email address that comes before "@yahoo.com." Enter the code shown in the box below where you enter your Yahoo! ID, then click the "Next" button.
Select your birth month from the drop-down menu, choose the country you selected when setting up your Yahoo! email account and enter the postal zip code of the city or town in which you lived at the time your account was created. Leave the zip code box blank if you are certain you didn't enter a zip code when setting up your Yahoo! account. Press the "Next" button.
Click the radio button in front of the alternate email address to which you would like password changing information sent. Yahoo! will list the alternate email addresses you provided when you created the email account. The email address you select must still be accessible.
Use the link or code provided to you in the email Yahoo! sent to your alternate email address to change your password.

If you have no alternate email address go to gmail.com or myway.com and create an account for an alternate email.

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I want to delete a second email address from my yahoo email account.


Hi and welcome to FixYa!

Sign in to your Yahoo account.

Click the Account Info or My Account link at the top of the page.

Re-enter your password for verification.

Click the "Edit" button next to "Member Information."

Click finish to save.

If you are referring to the extra e-mail address then it is different.



Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page and select Mail Options.

Under "Management", click Mail Addresses.

Click on the extra address you want to delete.

Click Delete.

When you've removed your extra mail address, email messages sent to that address bounce back to the sender.

There is also a way to get to 'hidden' emails on there.

If you get stuck, let me know!

KittyTech

Sep 07, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Too large print, I didn't ask for this. I want my old Yahoo mailo back, quiuck


I am so sorry for the delay in response.

I didn't have any solutions for this problem back when you posted your complaint.

Now I do.

So please follow the instructions below and your old email can be restored. It will take up to a week to process though.


You will need to contact Yahoo at the address below. Please follow these instructions in order to return.


mail-tech-backlog-t3@cc.yahoo-inc.com Please put in the subject line: I want to return to Mail Classic.

I understand you would like to return to Classic Mail in your Yahoo!
Mail Account. I know this can be frustrating, I apologize for the
inconvenience this may be causing you. I'd be happy to address this for
you.

If you would prefer to use Yahoo! Mail Classic, I would be glad to
switch your account to that version.

In order to make this change to your account, I will need your written
permission. If you would like to switch to Classic, please reply to this
email with the following information:

* Please confirm that you would like me to switch your account to Yahoo!
Mail Classic

* Please let us know why you would like to switch. We're eager to
understand what features of the newest version of Yahoo! Mail we can
change or improve; and your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience you've experienced; and we
hope we can help improve your experience using Yahoo! Mail.

I hope that with this information your issues have been resolved, if you
have further questions or need additional help please contact us back.

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I want to delete my yahoo account and my email account please.


hi

You can ignore your account for at least 4 months and it will automatically be deleted for inactivity, or you can go about deleting it yourself.

When you terminate your account, you permanently lose all saved data and Yahoo site access associated with your ID. You'll be deleting your email account, address book, group memberships, Y!Answers account, Y!Messenger ID, any photos you've uploaded, any 360 blogs you've posted, etc. If you're sure you want to delete your account, make sure you're logged into the account you wish to delete and then click on this link: http://login.yahoo.com/delete account



Yahoo will ask you to enter your password one last time and then you will click on the "Yes, terminate this account" button. Your entire account will then be completely & irretrievably deleted.

hopefully this help solve your problems
TQ

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First, try the "forgot my password" link on the Yahoo "login" page.
If you can correctly answer your "secret" questions, then you can change the password.
If you've regained access to your ID, you can delete it.
If you cannot regain access, contact Yahoo! and get them to delete it.

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