Question about Yahoo Mail
Received an email from email@example.com and cannot delete nor mark as spam. the body is Your friend firstname.lastname@example.org has shared a link with you. Personal message: I've lost six pounds in 2 weeks! You can learn and get it at for a limited time! Super great price. do not miss out! Read the full story
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, Yahoo does not have the option to only receive emails from people in your contacts or address book. The more websites you click on, the more "cookies" will be placed in your browser by ad trackers, and the more "spam" or junk mail you will receive. Try going into your internet options and disabling third party cookies, or you could open a hotmail (MSN) account where you have the option of only receiving emails from those people in your address book.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Dear friend at first you should find the source of problem, your OS? your Browser? or maybe yahoo server!
So to find that, I suggest you at first choose the classic mode of yahoo. As you know, yahoo has 2 modes, classic mode and New mode in beta version, if you selected the new mode I strongly suggest you to change it into Classic mode, because new mode use a technology with the name "AJAX" that has some problem for check mail like these.So first step is to choose classic mode.
If the above way couldn't help you, I suggest you to check your mail by other browsers, maybe your browser doesn't support AJAX or mail service or maybe it has any problem.check yur mail by others like IE, Safari, Firefox, opera etc... . So the second step is check mail by other browsers.
If these two ways couldn't help you, maybe your OS has a wonderful problem! or maybe your connection has a problem, so check your mail for example by other computers (your friend computers for example), if you can't see these problem on these computers so try to check your connection, firewall or OS.
I hope these could help you Good luck
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: I got this afternoon several
If you didn't send any of those emails, you might have spyware or a virus infecting your computer. Run a virus scan if you have anti-virus software installed, and hopefully it will find and remove the infection. If you don't have anti-virus software, you should definitely download and install a program. Avast and AVG both offer free anti-virus scanners. If you have the Yahoo! Toolbar, you can run CA Yahoo! Anti-Spy directly from the toolbar, which should be able to detect most spyware and some viruses.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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