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You need to use an option known as "IMAP" mail, not regular "POP" mail. (IMAP means the messages will be synchronized to all devices that use IMAP email server; POP downloads them to ONE device only).
This usually involves FIRST making sure your Gmail account is set for IMAP (synced) delivery.
The details may depend on your phone model and computer operating system, but it's easiest to just call your cell phone provider or consult their website for IMAP setup instructions for GMAIL or other email services.
you should contact yahoo customer services and also contact you local law authority. after supplying both with the relevant information do a full virus scan of your computer it is quite possible that a scammer unleashed a spyware programme you downloaded unaware giving them access to your email and other "secure" web related data or worse your credit card details if you provided them to a website such as pay pal with 6 months of the date this email hoax situation happened! as for your contacts its quite possible that if you had yahoo IM you could salvage all of your contacts or a least a few of them
and im sorry if what i say sounds like im scare mongering but its happened to me before i now virus scan everything i download before installing anything and spyware can give a scammer all the cookies you have on your harddrive which shows all your websites also be aware of emails which have links direct to login pages its quite possible that the login pages arent 100% legitimate especially those which dont show the web address or claim login pages have been moved to a new page
if you have not recieved your item, call the company first and tell them that you have not recieved what you ordered, and the if that doesn't help, than call paypal and ask them what to do paypal 1-888-221-1161
You could just download K-9 Mail, free from the Market andset up your Yahoo account. Then under K-9 Account Settings for your Yahoo email account > Fetching mail> Folder poll frequency... you can select anything from 1 minute to every 24hours for your Yahoo account to be checked for new emails. Once you have received the email with the telephone number just press and holdthe number until it is highlighted and "Text copied to clipboard" isdisplayed. Now go to your dialer and press and hold the dialer strip above the keypaduntil the number is copied into it and then press the dial button. Be aware that the higher the checking frequency the more drain on your batteryand data transmission. However, set to every minute is almost instantaneousupdating of your email. This involves only one app and is free. Hope this helps.
1) First make sure you really don't get any mail. Go here and send yourself an email: http://www.sendanonymousemail.net/ 2) If you did not received the email, go to the mail settings links. It's usually on the upper right corner of your browser. Or under an icon that looks like a dented wheel. It should say "mail settings". Once you are in the settings page click on the link called "forwarding and POP/Mail". Make sure you have your settings like the ones below.
If you are you using Outlook Express open it and click on tools at the top of the main window. From the drop down menu click on options. Next click on the security tab at the top of the options window. You will see a heading that reads " Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus." Uncheck the box next to it. This could be the problem if you are using Outlook Express.
If you are using another Email Application I would need to know which one it is to help you with this. But with any Email application there should be a security setting like the one I have mentioned in Outlook Express.
This problem could also arise from the Virus protection you are using on your computer. I am using McAfee and it auto scan an email message to see if it has a virus.
If you are using McAfee just ope the application and click on Email and IM. Then click on the word Configure. Click on both Off buttons in the next window that opens.
I hope this works for you but it is very important to remember to turn on these security settings if you want to open an attachment that you do not recognize. You do not want to receive a virus.
Also some Internet providers do not allow large attachments to be sent or received. If you cannot find anything relating to this on your providers home page just give them a call.