Can't read mail(and Yahoo Mail jsut isn't working.)
I can sign in and open my inbox fine, but I can't read my mail. the e-mails show just the header, and there's no content. Plus, I can't switch to the older version, and after a while, or after I try to clock out of this mess (>.<) it slows down until nothing happens, and I have to exit out.
It's silly to leave my e-mail address, seeing as I can't read any e-mails.
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Yahoo! Mail is a very versatile e-mail program that allows
you to customize how your e-mail appears in your inbox.
You can change colors, the way e-mails are sent and
received, as well as add folders to your e-mail inbox to help you sort your
You can change the sorting of your incoming mail easily with
Open your Internet browser and go to Yahoo! Mail.
Login to your Yahoo! account.
Click on "Inbox".
To sort messages, click on the column header that you want
to sort by (sender, date, subject or size).
One click and your mail is instantly resorted.
<span>Finding IP address in Yahoo! Mail<br />1. Log into your Yahoo! mail with your username and password.<br />2. Click on Inbox or whichever folder you have stored your mail.<br />3. Open the mail.<br />4. If you do not see the headers above the mail message, your headers are not displayed. To display the headers,<br />* Click on Options on the top-right corner<br />* In the Mail Options page, click on General Preferences<br />* Scroll down to Messages where you have the Headers option<br />* Make sure that Show all headers on incoming messages is selected<br />* Click on the Save button<br />* Go back to the mails and open that mail.<br />5. You should see similar headers like this:Yahoo! headers : nameLook for Received: from followed by the IP address between square brackets [ ]. Here, it is 22.214.171.124.That is be the IP address of the sender!<br />6. Track the IP address of the sender</span>
In yahoo mail, the newer version usually uses java to navigate through your mails, try clicking on the option drop down found in the upper right corner and then choose classic. It will load the previous type of yahoo mail and you should be able to see the inbox.
if want the two separate yahoo account to work,you have to use two different browser for each of them.like window explorer for one and Mozilla Firefox for the other.if the two yahoo address would open.
Go to your yahoo website www.yahoo.com OR (there may be something else after the com)
Sign in using your log in name and password
Click on the tab which says Mail.
Your Mail Box will open now
Click on the Inbox from the menu on the left (if it is not open yet)
Your emails will be listed on the screen.
Open any mail by clicking on it.
Hope this is helpful
Have a nice day.
A lot of us believe Yahoo implemented some changes that affected the ability to read our mail. I've had this issue since May 29. Since then, I've developed a Work-Around to read my mail or mail in other File Folders. I've seen other comments that use this method as well. Sounds like we all came upon this Work-Around simultaneously.
Since I've been offering solutions to read one's mail, my personal Profile indicates that over 80 others have this inability to read their mail. So we are not alone.
General consensus is that Yahoo has not developed a fix yet and Yahoo is offering up other solutions which, so far , have failed. Not seen anyone admit their solutions actually work.
I've read where one customer disabled his Norton anti-virus and his mail worked normally. When he re-enabled the Norton anti-virus, the mail screwed up again. His indications were that Norton was working on the issue. Sounds like Yahoo instituted some upgrades and now Norton may have to change something in their package to make the two systems compatable. Don't know for sure at this point.
1) Double click on your mail Inbox or other File Folder 2) Right click and a Pop-up window will show up 3) Choose OPEN 4) Read your mail, select an email for viewing 5) In order to DELETE, MOVE the email to another File Folder, REPLY, FORWARD - Go ahead do what you normally do. You'll notice that your email didn't disappear. 6) Go to your Inbox or another File Folder as if you wish to read another email. If you were DELETING your email from your Inbox, select your Inbox again, DBL clicking and Right Clicking. When the File RE-opens, you'll notice the email you DELETED is now gone.
Pain in the rear, but it at least allows you to read and dispose of the mail.
Yahoo doesn't seem to have an ETA on when the Fix will be in place. They have had suggestions , but no -one has admitted any of them have worked.