Question about Yahoo Mail
Because it "cant fin a record of tht host " when i have emailed this person alot of times hlp?
The error message may be a temporary one. The ISP for the person you are emailing may be moving their servers. Computers use a numerical code to identify each machine. This is linked to the name of the ISP with a database (domain name server). Often it takes a while to update the database when the information changes.
Try sending the email again in 24 hours. I hope this helps.
(I've hit this problem with university servers and with small businesses when they change from one host ISP to another. The business will own the domain name but pays another company to provide and maintain their hardware.)
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The way I would get around that problem is to push the reply and respond that way, It will write to the E-mail address that just wrote to you. Try that and let me know if that works.
or you could take your mouse and high light it and copy it and then past it on to the address box to whom you are will be sending mail to.
Most times for E-mails not working is do to small problems like useing ( , ) Rather then the ( . ) They both look almost the same.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Most probably, someone is using your account to send spam mail.
First and foremost, CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD IMMEDIATELY. Use a strong password - with letters, numbers, symbols and long enough to make it difficult to guess. Also, notify Yahoo of the problem.
Still, it may take a while before Yahoo "white-lists" you again.
All the best.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Yahoo Mail has 2 modes: 1.Classic mode and 2.Standard mode I guess you're in standard mode,I suggest you switch to classic mode, I hope it could help you
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
This can be due to your destination server's security settings that are set to reject incoming Yahoo emails, that were largely used by spammers in the past years.
What you can do is call the person you are trying to reach by email, and ask him if there was any security settings set by his company or ISP.
Frequently companies are using "blacklists" in order to block junk mail. You are then in a "false positive" situation that is hard to solve. Try to send from another email adress to see if that still happens.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
The problem is with recipient server, your server is trying to communicate with them but they are not responding right away. This maybe there server has a high security so they need to scan every emails that is trying to go through there wall.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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