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When composing, pulling up addresses, list will not progress past pg. 1

When forwarding or composing, I can not get the "insert addresses" to progress past (a- bl). I can, when I go to contacts

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Open the Compose page
In the From box, keep the return address automatically filled in by att.net Mail, or select a return address from the pull-down list.
The Contacts tab (to the right of the Mail tab) connects you to your Yahoo! Contacts, where you can select a contact from the list on the left, then click the contact's email address on the right to open the Compose page, with the contact's address automatically displayed in the To box.


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Unable to compose, reply, or forward in Yahoo Mail for the last 2-3 days


The inability to send, reply, or forward emails could be from a program that was installed on your computer that is now preventing the Yahoo! Mail Rich Text toolbar from launching properly. Try switching from "Rich Text" compose mode to "Plain Text" as a work around:
  1. Sign in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
  2. Click the New button to start a new email.
  3. To the far right of the "Subject" line click the "Plain Text link.
  4. Compose and send your email.
To make "Plain Text" your default when replying or forwarding, do this:
  1. Sign in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
  2. Click "Options," then select "More Options" from the pull down arrow in the upper right corner of your Mail page.
  3. Select "General" from the list of options on the left side of the page.
  4. Check the box next to; When replying & forwarding Mark original message with > (plain text only).
  5. Click the "Save Changes" button in the upper left corner.

Aug 17, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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How can i change my yahoo id ?? Made my email address when i was young , now i just realized it's a funny email address. Thank u x


Hello, just follow these steps:

1. Log into your yahoo account
2. Click options, click mail options
3. Click accounts, click create extra mail address on the right
4. Type your new yahoo id or choose one from the list
5. Confirm your selection
That's it, now just select your new address from the pull-down menu whenever you compose a mail.

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Jul 31, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I can send emails but i can`t forward emails to my contacts


hi. before forwarding the email, try to make sure list of contacts in TO list. especially there is a open of composing for new one / reply and as well forward options. try to check it with adding from add list..

Dec 23, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to send one email to all in one sending, how can I do that?


Yahoo Mail Composed have the options on how to send emails in one send. How! buy using you Address Book.
This Address Book are from your Yahoo Messenger. All the contact person are there and you are going to insert it by using cc: or bcc:.
What is this cc: or bcc:?

CC means Carbon Copy, when the message arrive it will show all the list of all the addresses that received a copy. And also need to notify everyone of a change, and let the others know has been notified by messages.

BCC means Blind Carbon Copy, essetially it's the same thing (multiple Recipients) but hides the additional Recipients list from view.

This will help you communicate for more email send in one click.

Good luck!

Dec 31, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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My "from" address is not stable


Dear Sir, First you will have to sure that you have received the mail through the comcast address...then if you go for reply or forward the same email address will pop up....Means on the basis of receiving address the mail address comes to forward/reply.....Another option you can use Just from Homepage after log in ...Click Options>Mail Options. than another page will open for account setting....Just click Mail mail options page will open....>From Management Coloumn Click Mail Addresses, there will be showing your email addresses those you listed to send and receive the mails from sender.Use the Add/Edit option to set your desired address to use as default email address ..Good Luck

Jul 31, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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When I go to compose, I get the usual cages for


Check your system. It may be infecte with a virus. If not then try to HTML Version (Old Version) of Yahoo mail.

Jul 06, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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E-mail address book


Click compose to get to where you can write a message. Either click Insert Addresses, or click on the address tab you want to add addresses to (To: CC: BCC:)

Oct 29, 2008 | Yahoo Mail

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open your internet browswer.... actually if you are reading this it's open.... click tools in the drop down menu click on internet options.... a window will pop up.... pick content tab... you will see a button for auto complete... click on settings and make sure there is a check mark in all the boxes.

click apply if it is there or just ok

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Sep 19, 2008 | Yahoo Mail

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