f you forgot your Yahoo! ID, you need to provide three pieces of information so we can confirm your identity:
- Your birthday
- Your ZIP or postal code (at the time you created your Yahoo! account or when you last updated it)
- Your alternate email address -Note: You must have access to this email address
- Country code (at the time you created your Yahoo! account or when you last updated it)
Be sure to provide the same information you gave the last time you
registered for a new Yahoo! ID or password or the last time you updated
If you forgot your password, you can create a new one. But first
you'll have to provide the following information so we can confirm your
- Your Yahoo! ID
- Alternate email address, mobile phone number, or the answers to your secret questions
A Reset Your Password link will be sent to your alternate email address. Click the link and enter your new password in the Reset your password
If you entered your secret question incorrectly or forgot what you
originally entered, for security reasons, we cannot tell you what your
Yahoo! ID is or let you create a new password.
To change your password:
- From the Yahoo! Home page, click on your user name in the upper right.(You will need to be signed in already)
- From the drop down select Account Info
- You will be asked to sign in again to enter your Account Info page.
- Click Change your password
- You will be taken to a page that will look like the one below.
- Enter your current password.
- Enter and confirm your new password.
- Click Save. You will see a confirmation page when you have successfully changed your password.
- Click Continue.
Your Yahoo! password always applies to your entire Yahoo! account.
This means that it is valid not only for Yahoo! Mail but also for
Yahoo!'s other personalized services like :
- Yahoo! Messenger
- Yahoo! Chat
- My Yahoo!
- Yahoo! Finance
: If you are having difficulty logging into your account or believe your account may have been compromised please request a new password.
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