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Cannot open Yahoo email when IE 7 Protected Mode is enabled

Recently I changed my att webmail to Yahoo. Now I cannot open the email as long as Protected Mode is enabled. I get a message that there are no emails in my box. I can send, but not receive. If I turn off Protected Mode everything is fine. I have had Vista and IE 7 for more than a year and have had no problems until I got Yahoo mail.

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  • boopathi_tvr Feb 13, 2009

    I can't open yahoo mail page properly it was take long time & display inproper alignment, same time I can open properly in firefox.

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Hello laurenloscia

alot of the times, just going into internet options and setting everything to default, and clearing the cookies and files works about 50% of the time.

This is possibly a yahoo issue. If you use yahoo thru ATT, you can call ATT for support and they will escalate any valid issues to yahoo for you.

Their phone number is 1-877-722-3755

ask for tech support at the prompt

they can remote on your computer to see if it is a java issue or whatever

if they can replicate it on their computer also, they will create a yahoo trouble ticket and give you thier member service number. Yahoo resolves 85% of these within 48 hrs.

If they cant replicate it, then they will consider it a pc issue and refer you to connect tech or to best buy's geek squad.

Personally, I would also try sending emails in safemode, If you can do it in safemode, and not in reg mode, it is definately PC related.

To get to safemode, turn your computer off and when you turn it back on, tap the F8 button until you get an advanced screen. Pick safemode with networking with the arrow keys. Log in, click yes when it tells you you're running in safemode, and then when your on your desktop, which will look alot differnt, black background with big icons, click on internet explorer and go to mail.yahoo.com and see if it works now, if it does, like i said, its pc related. If it still cant, call ATT's support if you have thier DSL or U-Verse

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It looks as if you are using older version of IE.
Download IE 8 and see the improvement in speeds.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/internet-explorer/default.aspx

Or if you still need a faster browser, download Opera web browser.

http://www.opera.com/

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First, have you replied to any emails that requested your Yahoo email login information? If so, your password may have been changed by someone else. If you listed an alternate email address when you signed up for Yahoo? If so, on the Yahoo sign in page you can click on 'Forgot Password' and an email can be sent to your alternate email address that will allow you to set a new password. Or - you can answer the security questions to gain access to your Yahoo account as well.

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To add Webmail Notifier to your Firefox toolbar click here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4490

1) After downloading Webmail notifier and re-starting Firefox, right click in an empty area on your TOP toolbar in Firefox and select, 'Customize.' (A window with icons will open.)

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Every time I've recommended this solution to someone for their Yahoo Mail problem, it's worked.

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If you found this information helpful, please give me a big thumbs-up when you rate my answer. Thanks!

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Every time I've recommended this solution to someone for their Yahoo Mail problem, it's worked.

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1) After downloading and re-starting Firefox, right click in an empty area on your TOP toolbar in Firefox and select, 'Customize.' (A window with icons will open.)

2) Locate and drag the envelope icon to your upper toolbar and click, 'Done'.

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4) Select, Yahoo from the drop down menu.

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If you found this information helpful, please give me a big thumbs-up when you rate my answer. Thanks!

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To add Webmail Notifier it to your toolbar:

1) Right click on your top toolbar and select, 'Customize.'

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9) Click, OK.

When you want to go to your Yahoo email just click on the little yellow envelope icon.

If you found this information helpful, please give me a big thumbs-up when you rate my answer. Thanks!

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