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According to http://downrightnow.com/yahoomail there are a high number
of users reporting issues today. It seems that Yahoo! Mail is
experiencing some issues. Most likely it will be fixed soon. If other
websites are running fine for you, this is a (temporary) Yahoo! problem.
what exactly do you mean when you say you can't get emails from your work? Firstly are you able to access your yahoo account (email@example.com) as in loging in without any problems?, if yes then i gues you have been trying to sent emails to this address(firstname.lastname@example.org) but you have not been receiving them. Carefully check if the email address you have been typing in the address box is correct and if it is then , probably your mail is being sent to your spam box, check your spam mail that's where the mail could be received.
For about the last two weeks Yahoo has been having problems. I can't even get my email reliably. It says password login incorrect and then gets it anyway. Evidently Yahoo did a major overhaul and they haven't worked out the bugs yet. What I would try is to send a test message with a picture from the yahoo mail web page. That will most likely work for you. It's not as easy as doing it from your email program but if you have to send something it will at least let you do it until they get this sorted out. Yahoo has done thise about every 2 years or so. They do an update and all sorts of problems occur and then it takes them about 3-4 days to notice there are problems. Usually it is fixed fairly quickly. The last time they did this all the email that was sent eventually made it through. I was still seeing my posts and others showing up months after.
If you keep trying eventually they will get it fixed and you'll be fine. As of today I still can;t log on and I'm getting all sorts of spam even though filtering is turned on and its supposed to mark it as spam (which is does) then move it to a spam box (which it isn't doing).
Unfortunately this is just one of the perks of using yahoo. Usually its very good but every once in a while you have to wait until they fix their improvements.
I've had similar problems intermittently across several computers, several countries, and several browsers over several months. Opening and closing an email doesn't help, but coming back to it later usually does.
Other people reported in online forums that going to Options>Mail Options and toggling the Mode between color graphics/plain text helps, but the problem comes back. I tried this today and it did work, but that's the limit of my experience.
The problem is obviously at the Yahoo end. I've sent inquiries to Yahoo and had no reply. They need to communicate with their customers, even if it's simply "we know, and we're working on it".
I am a Computer Software Expert. I believe that Yahoo! has lately made silly mistakes in their Yahoo! Mail in software/hardware side. The Mail is extremely slow even I have a super computer. This problem is Yahoo! Mail's problem; it has nothing to do with your PC as anyone uses it will suffer nowadays. In the past, it was nice and fast. Now it is Yahoo! Garbage Mail, so they should change the name!
Yahoo is still having some problems at the moment. Suggested cures
range from Update Adobe Flash Player and Java script to clear IE7
cache, cookies, and browsing history. Different things seem to work for
different people. It's causing attachments to not show, 999 errors
where it won't let you do a particular action and some people cannot
send receive delete or move mail. It's not just Vista either it's
happening to some of us on XP. If all else fails go back to classic
mail via this link. http://us.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/optout?s... click yes when asked do you want to opt out. Hope this helps.RICHARDM69