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Send an email from your Yahoo email account to someone who gets the error message. Ask them to click "reply" to the email you sent and see if you receive the reply ok. Also make sure their address is in your Yahoo email contacts list.
As you are not able to receive the verification code, it is recommended to check if the mobile number you have entered is correct. If you think it is correct, the next thing you can do is to contact your mobile carrier and see if they have blocked any message sent to you by Yahoo.
The prompt you are receiving is called "Second sign-in verification," and it is designed to protect your account from unauthorized access. You can clear the prompt by having a verification code sent to your non-Yahoo! alternate email address or mobile number on file. If you don't have either of these options, you can contact the Account Security team by filling out the following Help form:
you should contact yahoo customer services and also contact you local law authority. after supplying both with the relevant information do a full virus scan of your computer it is quite possible that a scammer unleashed a spyware programme you downloaded unaware giving them access to your email and other "secure" web related data or worse your credit card details if you provided them to a website such as pay pal with 6 months of the date this email hoax situation happened! as for your contacts its quite possible that if you had yahoo IM you could salvage all of your contacts or a least a few of them
and im sorry if what i say sounds like im scare mongering but its happened to me before i now virus scan everything i download before installing anything and spyware can give a scammer all the cookies you have on your harddrive which shows all your websites also be aware of emails which have links direct to login pages its quite possible that the login pages arent 100% legitimate especially those which dont show the web address or claim login pages have been moved to a new page
Are you getting any messages back stating a problem with sending to those people? It is possible that the ones who are not receiving your emails may have their anti spam settings set to strict. You will probably need to contact them by phone, and ask them to check their spam settings in their yahoo account. Sometimes if they do not have your email address in their contact list, it will block message from that address.Another possibility is that their yahoo.com email account is no longer active.
If you act quickly, there's a chance Yahoo! can restore your mailbox to a previous state from a backup copy, recovering your lost messages whether you accidentally emptied the Trash folder containing an important email or whether a Yahoo! Mail glitch made mail disappear.
Of course, you can also undelete a message quickly as long as it is still in your Yahoo! Mail's Trash folder.
Undelete Mail in Yahoo! Mail
To undelete a message in Yahoo! Mail or Yahoo! Mail Classic:
Go to the Trash folder.
Open the desired message.
Click Move in the Yahoo! Mail toolbar.
Select Inbox or any other folder to recover the message.
In Yahoo! Mail, you can also drag and drop the email to any folder, of course.
Recover Lost or Ultimately Deleted Yahoo! Mail Messages
To rescue messages that have disappeared from your Yahoo! Mail or Yahoo! Mail Classic account during the past 24 hours or undelete messages after you have emptied the Trash folder: