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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Yahoo mail login errors
It is pssible to get to your mail by changing your account to Yahoo Classic. To do this you will need to go to Yahoo's home page and click on the 'Mail' link. When the "Error" 1st message comes up click OK. When the 2nd messgae appears move the "Error" message over the "having trouble loggin on" message located in the top right of the of the screen. Locate the OK button over this message. Very quickly, and I mean rapid, click the OK button twice. You may need to do this several times to time it right - it took me three times, When Yahoo's solutions appear just click in the Classic option. I am now back in touch witth the world and although it hasn't resolved Yahoo's problem yoou will, at long last be in touch. I'm not claiming to be a problem solver, I found this in Yahoo's answers.
Hope this resolves your problem. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: Login won't accept password
Make sure you are typing the right user with the right password. Also keep in mind that you can't have two gmail accounts opened on the same browser.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
SOURCE: I cannot login
I had the same problem happen to me.....>But then i figured out why, as it has 2 reasons
1) if it is over 3months not logged in
2)Some1 may hacked it and changed the password>>>>
I wish you could find out why!;
Posted on May 26, 2009
The message you're getting is because the Yahoo mail server has flagged you outgoing message as either Spam or, it contains a virus.
The first thing you should is scan your pc for viruses / malware using a well known anti virus program. Sophos and Kaspersky both make good products. You can also run a free online scan of your pc from Trend Micro's website.
If a scan of your pc does not detect any viruses or malware then you will need to contact Yahoo's customer support to find out exactly why your messages are being rejected.
There's nothing wrong with your account settings and the free version of Yahoo mail has no restrictions on sending outbound mail except for possibly a size limitation on messages containing attachments.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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