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Almost every time I try sending an email my screen switches to my sign in screen and it wants my password. I fill that in and try going back and my email hasn't been sent and it is wiped out. Sometime instead of clicking on send I can save it to a draft without it going to the sign in screen but if it goes to the sign in screen then the draft will only be half saved when I go to it. I can send the draft from the draft folder 60% of the time without it getting wiped out wih going to the password screen.
What can be done to stop this? I have written to Yahoo about it several times but haven't got the problem fixed this time. It happened once before but after several letters to Yahoo all of a sudden it was fixed and now it started again the first part of Dec.
Are you on wireless? If so, is your connection coming and going?
Anyway I would copy and paste your email to Notepad, Wordpad, or whatever you would like right now so you don't lose everything you typed. Just a temporary thing until the other thing gets worked out.
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at the homepage. When you go to Facebook.com, you see a screen that asks you to
login or sign up for a free account. Click on "Sign Up," which takes
you to a Web form.
out the form that asks for your full name, your current status, email address,
a password and your birthday. You'll also have to type in a series of letters
and numbers for a security check as well as check a box saying that you
"Sign up now!" button when you have completed the form.
for your confirmation email. Facebook sends this email to confirm your
registration. When you get the email, click on the link in the email to confirm
that you did in fact register for a Facebook account. You will then be logged
for friends and coworkers. When you first set up a Facebook account, you have
the opportunity to search your email address book for possible friends and
contacts. Type in your email address and password to do a search, or try
searching by school or company.
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