I have had no trouble with my email untill now. I got a different email address for business purpose. Yahoo excepted the new Id and password. Now when I go to check my new address my mail comes up so I click to check it and this box comes up. It says Experience log in error name type error Message gextcontent is undefined number 2146823279 message Gextcontent is undefined, Now my brother check my email from his computer and he had no problem. What is the matter This is my original email that works firstname.lastname@example.org and this is the one that I am having a problem with email@example.com
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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.
Step 1. Go to the Gmail web interface and click the Settings
link at the top right corner of the page. Look for the "Forwarding and
POP/IMAP" tab and click the link.
Step 2. Now you need to enable either POP or IMAP. For
most people, POP will work just fine and it's the simpler of the two.
Just select the "Enable POP for all mail" option. You'll also notice
that you can control what Gmail does when your desktop client connects
under the "When messages are accessed with POP" setting. Choose "keep
Gmail's copy in the Inbox" since we're just using POP for backup
Step 3. Now startup Thunderbird, enter your username (the
bit before @gmail.com in your e-mail address) and Google password.
Thunderbird will begin downloading your e-mail, creating a local backup.
There's no need to mess with Thunderbird's settings or since you're
just doing this for backup purposes.
You will need adjust the mail application's POP settings to get your Yahoo! Mail messages into it.
POP access is a service for owners of one of the following:
Yahoo! Mail Pop Access & Forwarding Yahoo! Mail Plus Premium Services
A Broadband account
A Small Business account
Please note that access to IMAP servers is not available.
To use an email client or application to send and receive Yahoo! Mail
messages, you may need to designate a new incoming (POP) mail server and
a new outgoing (SMTP) mail server. Consult your owner's manual for
instructions on designating servers in the email application.
If you can't add new POP or SMTP servers, you will need to change your current server settings.
Before you make any changes, write down your current settings. You might
need to revert to your original settings later if you decide to send
and receive messages from your other email addresses.
The following steps will help you find the POP settings for your Yahoo! Mail account and configure it:
Log onto your Yahoo! Mail account from a PC.
Click Options > Mail Options.
Click POP & Forwarding.
Click Set up or edit POP & Forwarding.
Click POP Settings.
Note your Server Setting information. Your phone email client or application will ask for these settings:
Incoming Mail Server (POP3)- for example, pop.mail.yahoo.com.
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)- for example, smtp.mail.yahoo.com.
Account Name/Username, your Yahoo! Member ID- for example, myuserID.
Email address, your Yahoo! Mail address- for example, myuserID@yahoo.com.
Password, your Yahoo! Mail password- for example, l0ngitudin*l
POP server settings may change from time to time and you should confirm
the current POP server settings in Yahoo! Mail if it is not working.
When using Microsoft Outlook, replace the "@" in your address with "%".
As an alternative to configuring Yahoo! Mail POP mail configurations, go to:
Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page and select Mail Options.
Under “Management”, click Mail Addresses.
In the box, enter an account name for your own reference (for example, Work or School) …and click Continue.
would be two boxes: In the first one, put the name you’d like others to
see when they get email from this address. In the second one, type the
Email address you’d like send from – from within Yahoo! Mail! (You’ll
be asked to verify this other address in an email we will send to you
there.) Click Continue.
you want to be able to check email in this account from your Yahoo!
account as well? (You can check your mail in clients like Outlook and
Eudora, but currently you won’t be able to check mail in other webmail
accounts with providers like Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo. You can send from
these other addresses from within Yahoo! Mail.)
If yes, (you want to check mail in your Outlook or Eudora or similar client), skip to step 9.
no, you don't want to check mail in this account, you just want to be
able to SEND from it from inside your Yahoo! account. Click Skip this Step at the bottom of the Add Account page and continue to step 7.
On the page that opens, check to make sure you’ve entered the correct email address. If you need to make any changes, click Edit Address. If it looks fine, click Send Verification to generate the email we send to you to make sure this is an actual account you use.
The “Verify Account” page opens. Here’s the easiest way to complete your setup and start sending mail from the new address:
Leave this "Verify Account" page open.
In a different browser window or application, sign into your other Mail account.
Look for an email from Yahoo! Member Services, and open it.
the “confirmation code” in the last line of the email by either
double-clicking it or clicking and dragging over it, then either
clicking Copy from the Edit menu or pressing Ctrl + “c”. (Mac users press Command + “c”.)
back on the “Verify Account” page and Paste that confirmation code in
the box beside “Confirmation Code:” …You can paste by clicking Paste in the Edit menu, or by pressing Ctrl + “v”. (Mac users press Command + “v”.)
At the bottom of the page, click Verify Account.
A sign-in page opens with your ID already filled in. Sign in with your password.
You’re done. See the new account in the list on your Mail Accounts
page? Now you can easily send from it by opening a Compose page,
clicking the down-arrow on the end of the “From:” box, and clicking the
new account in the pull-down list of email addresses. People receiving
the message will see it as being sent from that address.
so you also want to be able to check email in this other account from
your Yahoo! Mail account? No problem. On the page you’re looking at,
enter that account’s mail server name (currently, only POP mail servers
are supported). It will be something like pop.goestheweasel.com. To
find out what it is, either search that application’s Help pages for
“POP” or “server” (or both), or contact that email provider directly.
type your user name for that account and the password. This is
completely confidential! Nobody has access to this information, but
Yahoo! Mail needs it to check the account. Note: Your user name is the text in your email address before the "@" symbol.
thought a good way to identify mail from different accounts would be to
give it a different color in your Yahoo! Inbox. So that’s what this
last part is about: pick an indicator color to mark messages received
from this account.
Click Setup Mail Server.
You should now be looking at the “Verify Account” page. Go back to Step
7 to hopskotch your way through account verification. Once that’s done,
you can do it all from Yahoo! Mail – check mail in that account and
send mail from that account.
Note: Yahoo! Mail only retrieves messages from your external (POP) mail accounts when you request it. Do this by clicking the other account’s server name in the upper-left corner of the page under “Check Other Mail”.
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