I would like to know how to get my old address back i had trouble getting on line so att tec change things and now i can not get in to my yahoo mail box had to make new onethe troble i had was the filter had to plug to wall.Thanks
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1. check here for the solution for Yahoo mail and the contact support number and there should be a live chat agent to assist you. 2. You issue is the setting for the smtp possibly or the authentication box checked.
ATT.net creates a new Yahoo account for you when you sign up for their service. You now have a Yahoo account that can be accessed with the ladyg.....@att.net as the user and whatever your ATT pass is.
It is possible to merge the new account with the old account:
The article states that you can only merge only during the registration process, but I believe this to be false.
I no longer have ATT, but there was an option to merge a Yahoo account while managing your ATT information (I belive this is accessible from your ATT home page). ATT should be able to assist you with that regardless of whether you merged during the registration process or not.
Sure they can. But it will take some effort on your part. you will have to contact Yahoo and tell them of your problem, more than once or twice. When they start to reply and tell you the different ways to resolve your problem keep writing to them and save all the emails they send to you. this happened to me when someone hacked into my account and changed my passwords and e-mail address, I had to get a new e-mail so that I could send and resend all this information to them and the problem was resolved in 10 days of getting their e-mails telling me how to resolve it. good luck and be persistant!