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How to eliminate display ads like TRUE from email page?

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You can not eliminate adds from your yahoo page till the time you don't go out for their paid services. If you really want to eliminate ads buy premium service.

There is no tweak or setting that you can change to eliminate yahoo ads.

There is one possible feature that can help you

Go to your e-mail and select account-tab/options.
Their you have choices to make on subscribing to different things and you will find, manage your account tab. you can limit some of your ads, but not all.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008


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Your question is rather vague. I have two possible answers for you, each with their own condition. So here we go!!

You said "my server is frontier" - Assuming that you meant your email carrier is frontier (like, it really depends on "frontier"\'s web site. If they built ads right into their Mail page, then there is really nothing you can do about it. (Well, there is, but it involves using the developer tools of your browser to manipulate the HTML you\'re viewing, but given the question, this is likely too involved.) You can call the provider and ask them directly if they have an Ad-Free solution. Alternatively, depending on the carrier, you can use a mail program like Microsoft Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird. (Thunderbird is a good FREE alternative.)

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You can either temporarily hide the ads that keep popping up on your Yahoo Mail page or block them permanently. To know how, refer to the steps below.

To temporarily hide ads (for free email accounts):
1)Sign in to your Yahoo Mail account
2)When, while viewing your list of emails or a particular email, an ad pops up, you can see a right-facing arrow between your email and the advertisement. Click on this arrow.
3)The ad will get hidden temporarily.
(Important: This blocks the ads temporarily only and as soon as you perform the actions like refreshing the Yahoo Mail page, marking a particular email as spam, replying to an email, or just clicking on any of the sections in the navigation-menu located on the left of the page, a new ad may pop up again).

To permanently remove graphical and text ads:
Yahoo Mail has recently come up with "Yahoo Ad Free Mail" service to enable you to get rid of graphical and text ads on a permanent basis when viewing your Yahoo Mail account from a computer. You need to sign up for Yahoo Ad Free Mail account before starting using this service.
(Note: Before signing up for Yahoo Ad Free Mail account, please check if the service is available in your region. Also, even after subscribing to the service, the subscribers may still get the text ads that come up on Yahoo Mail on a mobile web browser and the text ads that come up in the "Basic Mail" interface of Yahoo Mail on a computer. To know what Basic Mail is, refer to the following Yahoo webpage:
To know more about Yahoo Ad Free Mail service, refer to the following Yahoo webpage:
To know more about blocking ads on Yahoo Mail, refer to the following Yahoo webpage:

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