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Why am I required to sign in everytime i use yahoo mail For many years I do not sign in for may days or couple of weeks whe i use my email. Recently or starting yesterday in CA I have to perform the sign everytime I close ,my yahoo mail the go back to use it.

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    This has been happening for about 2 weeks now with me. It is not the normal "re-verification" process, it happens everytime I go to Yahoo mail.

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Hi thanks for using fixya!

Did you used other pc or laptop? If you used another pc or laptop, it is normal to ask you again about your username and password unless you will select the option whenever you will sign in the "log me in for 2 weeks etc".

If you need further assistance, let me know

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