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I'm having a problem loggin into my gmail and my yahoo email acct

I'm having a problem logging into my gmail and my yahoo email accounts. I'm returned to the login page without an error message

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    I already have one gmail acct. I want to add another one.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Need to get a email & gmail account if I could.

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I have 2 gmail accounts.I want to keep both, how do I acces my old one cause I keep getting my new one!


Have you got it linked to anther email account?

The accounts should be separate, unless you have given exactly the details.

You should be able to log-on using the email address tingles2020@gmail.com and using the password you gave on setting it up.

Then check the settings, that you have not "shared" the account.

If so remove the share and you should be able to log into each account separately.

Feb 28, 2015 | gmail.com

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Log in my gmail account


Hi,

FIrst you have to sign up for a google account, then you get to add a gmail account. Go Create your Google Account

Thanks Mark

Sep 06, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Loggin yahoo email


First of all, create a Gmail account, if possible.

Log into Yahoo mail at mail.yahoo.com

Find the forward email settings on Yahoo

Type in your new Gmail account and save.

Now all email to your yahoo account will be forwarded to your Gmail account. You will still have a copy of your Yahoo mail if you checked to keep a copy of the Yahoo mail on the Yahoo servers.

Aug 03, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cant sign in my gmail acct.


Hi Lois,
In order for you to sign in using your own email kindly go back or open the page that says your husbands account is still signed in. Look for this link for you to see how to log out your husbands gmail then once you logged it out that is the time you can sign in using your email. Hope it helps.
Sign out Gmail Help
Hope it helps.

Apr 18, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot log in to my email acct. xacozelman@gmail.com


Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

Jan 28, 2014 | Google Computers & Internet

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Login to gmailnebrlady1@gmail.com


Transfer Email to a Different Server

Each of the free-email providers has its own server on which to store the emails in its system. Gmail from Google, Hotmail from Microsoft, Yahoo! mail from Yahoo! and the rest all run their own servers, and one account from one server cannot go into another from a different server.

So if you've switched from Yahoo! to Gmail and want to get all the emails stored in the Yahoo! server over to the Google server, you have to transfer that email data.

Luckily, since the services are free, transferring the email is also free.
Log into your email account in the server that you are looking to transfer to.

So if you are transferring from Yahoo! to Gmail, log into your Gmail account.
Click on the "Settings" or "Option" button for your email address and then click the "Accounts" or "Accounts and Imports" button to look at the accounts.


Click on the "Import from another account" or "Add account" buttons and then type in the log-in information for the account that you want to transfer the emails from.
In the example given, you are transferring from Yahoo! to Gmail so you will need to type in your Yahoo! log-in information.

Wait for the server to transfer all of the contacts and email from the old server (Yahoo!) to the new server (Gmail).

http://www.labnol.org/internet/email/move-mails-across-email-accounts/8419/
Get My Yahoo Mail Moved to My Gmail Account

Nearly everyone has multiple email accounts for different purposes, and occasionally you may need to transmit information from one account to another.

Gmail makes it easy to import data from other Internet email providers via the TrueSwitch email migration service.

You can use TrueSwitch to migrate all of your Yahoo email data without even leaving the Gmail program window.

Navigate to the Gmail website and log in to your Gmail account.
Click the "Tools" icon in the upper right corner of the program window and click "Mail settings" in the drop-down menu.


Click the "Accounts and Import" tab in the settings window.
Click the "Import mail and contacts" button to start the mail import wizard.


Type your Yahoo email account address in the text field and click the "Continue" button.
Type your Yahoo email account password in the text field and click the "Continue" button.


Check the box next to each type of data that you want to import from your Yahoo email account. You can choose to import contacts, mail, and new mail that you receive within 30 days.
You can also specify a label that you want attached to all imported mail. Click the "Start Import" button.

The TrueSwitch service will begin importing the desired data.
It may take between several hours and two days for all of your data to be imported from your Yahoo account.

Dec 08, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Have not logged onto facebook in months and all emails have changed and old ones forgotten


Apr 10, 2013 | Facebook Social Network

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Someone else knows my log in password facebook and yahoo i want to change it


Steps to change the yahoo email password:
1st loggin to the yahoo email page right side corner option tab will be there click -->Options -->mail options-->account information then it will ask your password give the your account password.
After loggin to that page in the 3rd option called change your password click that option and then you can change your password what ever you want.
Steps to change the facebook password:
1st loggin to facebook site
Then right side corner Account tab will be there drop down that tab click-->Account settings
Then in that account setting page click--->setting -->password.
You can change the password.

Sep 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am unable to open my mail account?


The reason behind not being open email account is, some times yahoo web application automatically malfunctions.
Instead of loggin through a web email, log on Yahoo IM and open your e-mail from there.
If you have not forgotton your user name and password then this is the easiest way for e-mails.

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Jimmy

May 06, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I COULD NOT LOGGIN IN TO MY OLD YAHOO ACCOUNT.


usually after an hour or a day they let you try another three times. if not, make a new account

Jun 10, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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