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Problem signing into Yahoo Messenger.

I have not been able to login to Yahoo Messenger since I downloaded your Yahoo Messenger 9... The following error message comes up 81003004.
Could you please advise me as to how I can use my Yahoo Messenger again Bill i cant sign into yahoo messenger all its saying re-enter password and id which am doing and same thing keeps on coming up

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Try the following:
click preferences > click connect directly to the internet (again..even though it probably is checked) > choose your connection and connect

Have had the same issue in the last few days and that is what resolved it for me.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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Login to yahoo mesenger


Yahoo! Messenger is one of the more well-known instant messaging programs, along with programs like Windows Live Messenger and Skype.
According to Pingdom.com, there were 47 billion instant messages sent around the world per day in 2009.
Statistics like this show that instant messaging continues to be a popular form of communication. If you want to use Yahoo! Messenger, the first thing you'll need to do is log in

Open the Yahoo! Messenger program.
Click on "Start" and choose "All Programs" or "Programs" to find it.
If you don't have Yahoo! Messenger, you'll need to download it prior to logging in.
Click on "Sign In."
Type your Yahoo! ID and password.
If you don't have a Yahoo! ID, you'll need to create one before using Yahoo! Messenger.
Click "Sign In" again to log in to your Yahoo! Messenger account.
yahoo help
http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?y=PROD_MSNG&page=content&id=DOC655&impressions=false

http://royal.pingdom.com/2010/04/23/amazing-facts-and-figures-about-instant-messaging-infographic/

Jul 28, 2013 | Internet & Communication Software

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To sort out your yahoo messenger problems please read carefully this detailed...


<br /> Hallow Friend, <br /> If you have tried restarting <span>your computer</span>,signing in with your <span>Yahoo</span> e-mail prefix (without the @yahoo.com)and your e-mail password without success, and you are sure your caps aren'tlocked and your information is correct, your <span>Yahoo! Messenger</span> connection information maybe incorrect. Follow these steps to configure your connection:<br /><br />Solution 1.) Click <span>theMessenger menu</span> in Yahoo! Messenger and select "ConnectionPreferences."<br /><br />Enable the "Firewall with no proxies" option. <br /><br />Select the <span>correct Internetconnection type</span> and country from the pull-down menus.<br /><br />Click the OK button at <span>thebottom</span> of <span>thewindow</span>.<br /><br />Yahoo! Messenger will ask you if you want to sign in again with your new proxysettings. Click the OK button.<br /><br />Enter your <span>Yahoo!ID</span> and password and click the "Sign In" button.<br /><br />The above configuration works in most situations. (However, if you connect inthis way, you won't be able to use the Voice feature.) If this configurationdoesn't work, follow these steps:<br /><br />Click the Messenger menu in Yahoo! Messenger and select "ConnectionPreferences."<br /><br />Enable the "No network detection" option and then click the OK buttonat the bottom of the window.<br /><br />Yahoo! Messenger will ask you if you want to sign in again with your new proxysettings. Click the OK button.<br /><br />Enter your Yahoo! ID and password and click the "Sign In" button.<br /><br />If neither of the above options work (sorry), you're probably behind a firewallor <span>proxy server</span>that requires you to enter its address. Follow these steps:<br /><br />Click the Messenger menu in Yahoo! Messenger and select "ConnectionPreferences."<br /><br />Enable the "Use proxies" option.<br /><br />Enter your firewall or proxy server's address and port number. Contact your <span>network administrator</span>(if you're at work), or your <span>Internet service provider</span> (if you're athome) to determine the correct firewall and proxy settings.<br /><br />Click the OK button at the bottom of the window.<br /><br />Yahoo! Messenger will ask you if you want to sign in with your new proxysettings. Click the OK button.<br /><br />Enter your Yahoo! ID and password and click the "Sign In" button.<br /><br />If you try all of the steps above and Yahoo! Messenger still can't connect,contact your network administrator, Internet Service Provider (ISP), or theperson who initially set up your computer to ensure that your firewall and/orproxy settings are correct.<br /><a href="http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messenger/messenger8/messenger/messenger-11.html">http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messeng...</a><br /><br />Solution 2.) You may have accidently saved your ID or password with errors init. To resolve this issue, clear your cache.<br /><br />For <span>InternetExplorer</span>:<br />Click on: Tools<br />Click on: Internet options<br />Click on: Delete Cookies<br />Click on: Delete <span>Temporaryfiles</span><br /><br />For Firefox:<br />Click on: Tools<br />Click on: Clear private data<br />Check: All the boxes<br />Click on: Clear private data now<br /><br />Now try to log onto <span>Yahoo Messenger</span>. <br /><br />Solution 3.) If Step 1 and Step 2 don't solve your sign in issue, tryun-installing then re-installing Yahoo Messenger:<br /><br />Close Yahoo Messenger<br />Click on: Start<br />Click on: <span>ControlPanel</span><br />Click on: Add/remove programs<br />Locate and remove Yahoo Messenger<br /><br />Download Yahoo Messenger:<br /><br />Yahoo Messenger for Windows: <br /><a href="http://messenger.yahoo.com/">http://messenger.yahoo.com</a><br /><br />Yahoo Messenger for Vista:<br /><a href="http://messenger.yahoo.com/windowsvista.php">http://messenger.yahoo.com/windowsvista....</a><br /><br />If you are still unable to sign in, on Internet Explorer:<br /><br />RESTART YOUR COMPUTER<br /><br />If that doesn't help, here is a link to <span>Yahoo Help</span>:<br /><br />IMPORTANT: If all of the above does NOT solve your problem, here is a link to <span>Yahoo! MessengerHelp Form:<br /><a href="http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messenger/messenger8/help8.html?from_url=http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messenger/contactus/contactus-01.html">http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messeng...</a><br /><br />For future reference, please note there is a link to Yahoo Messenger Help atthe very top of your Yahoo Messenger!</span>

on Apr 27, 2011 | Internet & Communication Software

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Error 1 comes while connecting to yahoo messenger


Try reinstalling Yahoo! Messenger. The messenger can be downloaded at http://messenger.yahoo.com.

Steps required for Windows XP:
1. Click on Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs
2. Find all Yahoo! products and remove them.
3. Select the link above and Save As... to the Desktop.
4. From the desktop, install the new Yahoo! Messenger.
5. Try Yahoo Messenger.


Steps required for Windows Vista/7:
1. Click the Start Orb, Control Panel, Programs and Features.
2. Find all Yahoo! products and uninstall them.
3. Follow the link above and download the latest Yahoo! Messenger. Save As... to the Desktop.
4. From the desktop, open the Yahoo! messenger installer and complete the installation.
5. Try Yahoo! Messenger.

If you have any questions or are unsure about something, please feel free to respond! Also, please don't forget to vote! Good Luck!

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Windows cannot find , http:/ login.yahoo.com/config/reset/bla bla


Bellsouth was taken over by AT&T and AT&T "migrated" it's e-mail over to Yahoo. Since that happened I started getting that message along with many other problems and had to stop using Yahoo Messenger and that took care of the problem (that problem anyway). I am using MSN Messenger now and that error message no longer appears on my screen.

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Yahoo Messenger for Vista Automatically sign out!!!


try checking if there can security configurations in yahoo messenger., you can find it in preferences. there may be a timeout configuration if no activity is met within 2-4 minute. or maybe there is a problem with your internet connection. because if yahoo messenger have not recieve any incoming internet connections, it automatically logs out. pm me if you still have the problem. Thank you.

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I cant signin in my yahoo messenger


When you downloaded it did an icon appear on your toolbar? Click on that icon and the chat box should pop up.

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Yahoo messenger not signing in


Click the "Messenger" menu in Yahoo! Messenger and select "Connection Preferences."
2. Enable the "No network detection" option and then click the "OK" button at the bottom of the window.
3. Yahoo! Messenger will ask you if you want to sign in again with your new proxy settings. Click the "OK" button.
4. Enter your Yahoo! ID and password and click the "Sign In" button.

you may have a registry problem download registry cleaner reg in out to fix the issue

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