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I cannot access my new email and address list

I temporarly lost safari. got it back and inadvertently used alicekaye2000@att.net. My mail is on alicekaye2000@yahoo.com. How doI access yahoo mail ?

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If I am understanding you correct, you should be able to log into your yahoo account through your browser by using the username and password you set the acount up with.

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Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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    I just want my email icon returned so I can receive & send emails

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I am attaching an image that will help you visualize along with the steps. The image starts at Step 2. Warning, some of the specifics have changed in Yosemite vs some of the older operating systems ( I am using Yosemite ) My information is obfuscated to protect myself.

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10. Authentication. Many email services require it. Usually these days it is "Password" (Not shown) in this case, it is probably your email address and the account password. (but not necessarily) sometimes it is formed as accountName+serverName.com instead of accountName@serverName.com

Sorry for keeping this so General, however, not any other way to do it without your specific information. Which you do NOT want to offer on the open web any way, hence my information obfuscated in the attached image.

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Is this a new problem where you were able to send an receive mail no problem before and now this ?
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