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Address Not Found Firefox can't find the server at us.mc516.mail.yahoo.com. The browser could not find the host server for the provided address. * Did you make a mistake when typing the domain? (e.g. "ww.mozilla.org" instead of "www.mozilla.org") * Are you certain this domain address exists? Its registration may have expired. * Are you unable to browse other sites? Check your network connection and DNS server settings. * Is your computer or network protected by a firewall or proxy? Incorrect settings can interfere with Web browsing.

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    Frequently when I attempt to go to Internet addresses that I believe to be valid (links provided by Google searches) I get the error message "Address Not Found". This is a relatively new problem and may have started after a recent update to Firefox 3.0.5. From the number of forum references (Google search on Firefox Address Not found) this appears to be a widespread problem.

  • uxvek Dec 20, 2008

    Can no longer access my bank after installing FF3. I keep getting "address not found" after logging into host page. So far no problems with other sites. j.



  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    Same, same, same.

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    i have the similar issue, hitting couple of times refresh seems to solve it. but its really annoying

  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    each time I open a new tab it says " address not found " but after refresh or hitting 'try again ' it starts working......

  • liam_ruddock Feb 16, 2009

    To be honest im really, really, really really pissed off now...

    No one is giving good answers!

    Everytime i search a website it says ADDRESS NOT FOUND!
    Im using windows vista and mozilla firefox...

    All i get off people is "Just press refresh" but the thing is, i dont want to constantly click refresh...

    I just need a SIMPLE answer to sort this problem out...

    Please help!

    Thanks.

  • ma1000r Mar 04, 2009

    safer-networking.org not work

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    Exactly the same. It's been more than a week now almot everyday I am trying to download Firefox 3.0. but no luck. Same error message I got.

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    Same problem,
    Firefox can't find the server at mail.yahoo.com.
    This is one of many it can't find, I find a few refreshes work. But I shouldn't have to do this ..


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I have tried to get my yahoo account connected to work with outlook to no avail


Do you pay for your yahoo mail? If you use the free version, you can't do it.

If you have Yahoo Mail Plus (19.95/yr) then go to the mail options.

  1. Go to Tools and Account Settings - below the E-mail tab click New
  2. Choose E-mail Service. Click on the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP radio button
  3. Click the manually configure server settings or additional server types check box. This will automatically enter in all of the required fields
  4. Click next
  5. Click on the Internet E-mail bubble. Click next
  6. Enter the following information:

    Your Name: Display Name you want to use, for example, Jo Bloggs
    Email address: Full email address, for example, jo.bloggs@yahoo.com
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    Outgoing Mail server: Contact your ISP or Hosting Company for this setting. (See note below if your mail provider is Yahoo!)
    User name: The first portion of your email address, for example, jo.bloggs@domain.com
    Password: Your email account password

Note: If your mail provider is either yahoo.com, rocketmail.com, or ymail.com then the incoming and outgoing settings are as follows:
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  • Outgoing Mail Server smtp.mail.yahoo.com
If your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, follow these steps. If you are not sure if your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, please contact your hosting company or ISP:
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Trying to set up outlook on yahoo at&t


One issue you may have is outgoing mail. Some ISPs insist that all outgoing mail goes through there servers, to protect against imposed spam fines... Sometimes you have to send through another port, gmail does that....Then ISPs usually let that go...Much better setting for mobile user...

Below is what you need to do:



http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/classic/mailplus/pop/pop-36.html

Here's how:
  1. Go to Tools and Account Settings - below the E-mail tab click New
  2. Choose E-mail Service. Click on the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP radio button
  3. Click the manually configure server settings or additional server types check box. This will automatically enter in all of the required fields
  4. Click next
  5. Click on the Internet E-mail bubble. Click next
  6. Enter the following information:

    Your Name: Display Name you want to use, for example, Jo Bloggs
    Email address: Full email address, for example, jo.bloggs@yahoo.com
    Incoming Server: Contact your ISP or Hosting Company for this setting. (See note below if your mail provider is Yahoo!)
    Outgoing Mail server: Contact your ISP or Hosting Company for this setting. (See note below if your mail provider is Yahoo!)
    User name: The first portion of your email address, for example, jo.bloggs@domain.com
    Password: Your email account password

Note: If your mail provider is either yahoo.com, rocketmail.com, or ymail.com then the incoming and outgoing settings are as follows:
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If your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, follow these steps. If you are not sure if your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, please contact your hosting company or ISP:
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  3. Check My Outgoing Server requires SMTP Authentication
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  5. Click on Next
  6. Click on Finish

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Error code no.1 sorry for the convience message getting how to solve


Try this following steps :

1. Clear your cookies and temporary internet files (AKA cache), exit from the browser, then restart the browser. Delete all history of your internet browser too.

2. If you are a home user and do not pay for a static IP address, get a different dynamic IP address. If you are an office user, try someone else's PC which will have a different IP address.

3. Log into Yahoo through a different country's server. I.e. if you usually log into Yahoo via http://login.yahoo.com/ or http://mail.yahoo.com/

4. Use a different browser. Use Firefox (free download from mozilla.com) if you normally use IE or Safari.

6. If you have a web accelerator (mostly an affliction of dial-up users) then try turning it off.

7. If you use a proxy server (mostly a corporate user thing) then try turning it off.

Hope this help and if helpful RATE please.

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I am not able to access my yahoo account, showing error code#1, please advise.


1. Clear your cookies and temporary internet files (AKA cache), exit from the browser, then restart the browser.

2. If you are a home user and do not pay for a static IP address, get a different dynamic IP address; do
[Start] > [Run] > cmd > ipconfig
{{write down the IP address, then disconnect from the Internet with}}
ipconfig /release
{{wait a few minutes and then reconnect with}}
ipconfig / renew
{{compare the new IP address to the old to make sure your IP address changed, then try again}}

If you are an office user, try someone else's PC which will have a different IP address.

3. Log into Yahoo through a different country's server. I.e. if you usually log into Yahoo via http://login.yahoo.com/ or http://mail.yahoo.com/ then try http://login.korea.yahoo.com/ or http://nz.yahoo.com/

4. Access your Yahoo mailbox via http://wap.oa.yahoo.com/

5. Use a different browser. Use Firefox (free download from mozilla.com) if you normally use IE or Safari.

6. If you have a web accelerator (mostly an affliction of dial-up users) then try turning it off.

7. If you use a proxy server (mostly a corporate user thing) then try turning it off.

Nov 20, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I am getting this error while trying to log on to Yahoo mail There was a problem accessing your account. Please try again in a moment. Error #1 please help


1. Clear your cookies and temporary internet files (AKA cache), exit from the browser, then restart the browser.

2. If you are a home user and do not pay for a static IP address, get a different dynamic IP address; do
[Start] > [Run] > cmd > ipconfig
{{write down the IP address, then disconnect from the Internet with}}
ipconfig /release
{{wait a few minutes and then reconnect with}}
ipconfig / renew
{{compare the new IP address to the old to make sure your IP address changed, then try again}}

If you are an office user, try someone else's PC which will have a different IP address.

3. Log into Yahoo through a different country's server. I.e. if you usually log into Yahoo via http://login.yahoo.com/ or http://mail.yahoo.com/ then try http://login.korea.yahoo.com/ or http://nz.yahoo.com/

4. Access your Yahoo mailbox via http://wap.oa.yahoo.com/

5. Use a different browser. Use Firefox (free download from mozilla.com) if you normally use IE or Safari.

6. If you have a web accelerator (mostly an affliction of dial-up users) then try turning it off.

7. If you use a proxy server (mostly a corporate user thing) then try turning it off.

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1) Clear your cookies and temporary internet files (AKA cache), exit from the browser, then restart the browser.
2) If you are a home user and do not pay for a static IP address, get a different dynamic IP address; do
[Start] > [Run] > cmd > ipconfig
{{write down the IP address, then disconnect from the Internet with}}
ipconfig /release
{{wait a few minutes and then reconnect with}}
ipconfig / renew
{{compare the new IP address to the old to make sure your IP address changed, then try again}}

If you are an office user, try someone else's PC which will have a different IP address.

3) Log into Yahoo through a different country's server. I.e. if you usually log into Yahoo via http://login.yahoo.com/ or http://mail.yahoo.com/ then tryhttp://login.korea.yahoo.com/ or http://nz.yahoo.com/
4). Access your Yahoo mailbox via http://wap.oa.yahoo.com/
5) Use a different browser. Use Firefox (free download from mozilla.com) if you normally use IE or Safari.
6) If you have a web accelerator (mostly an affliction of dial-up users) then try turning it off.
7) If you use a proxy server (mostly a corporate user thing) then try turning it off.

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You want to use these settings to  configure a mail client for yahoo:

Incoming mail server settings
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Use SSL
Port: 995

Outgoing mail server (SMTP) settings
SMTP server: plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com
Use SSL
Port: 465 (or 587 if your ISP is blocking 465)

And, of course, you also need to put in:
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Email Address
Password (yahoo password)

Good luck!

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sometimes it happens because of the server RESPONSE "BUSY".
and try cleaning your cookies and CACHE.
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else ask you ISP to open all the ports.if not opened.

and check whether you firewall is blocking.
scan for viruses that restricting your browsing. You can also try a proxy site to check if it will show Google sites.

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