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When I click on reply, forward or new mail, nothing happens. This started yesterday

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I receive E-mails,but can't reply to them


I'll assume this is a general problem and not only on occasion. I'll also assume that you're using a "mail" app to read your mail.
If so: Some providers do not accept outgoing mail from a server other than what they see for your computer. They will Deliver, but if you're using wifi or a cell connection, it looks too much like someone else hacking in.

The workaround is to use a browser and the provider's "webmail address". I use Safari and bookmark my access. It remembers my password and turns ut to be easier to delete old mail. Log on to your provider's website and look for its mail options.

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How change outlook font size?


Change the default font style for new messages that you compose
  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Mail.
  4. Under Compose messages, click Stationery and Fonts.
  5. On the Personal Stationery tab, under New mail messages, click Font.
  6. On the Font tab, under Font, click the font that you want to use for all new messages.
  7. If you want, select a font style and size.
  8. Click OK on the Font, the Signatures and Stationery, and the Outlook Options dialog boxes.
When you create a message, the new settings take effect.

Change the default font style for messages that you reply to or forward
  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Mail.
  4. Under Compose messages, click Stationery and Fonts.
  5. On the Personal Stationery tab, under Replying or forwarding messages, click Font.
  6. On the Font tab, change the font options to what you want to use for future messages.
  7. Click OK on the Font, the Signatures and Stationery, and the Outlook Options dialog boxes.
When you reply to or forward a message, the new settings take effect.

Restore the initial default font style options To restore the font to the default setting of 11-point Calibri, do the following:
  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Mail.
  4. Under Compose messages, click Stationery and Fonts.
  5. On the Personal Stationery tab, under New mail messages, click Font.
  6. On the Font tab, under Font, click the entry +Body.
  7. Under Font style, click Regular.
  8. Under Size, click 11.
  9. Click OK on the Font, the Signatures and Stationery, and the Outlook Options dialog boxes.

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When I reply to an e-mail on OUtlook 2010, the font size is very small - and I cannot read the original or what I am typing. Any ideas on how to restore the normal size


Having trouble seeing that small default font of Microsoft Outlook emails? There are three ways of making Outlook email text bigger.
The first includes increasing the text size of the outgoing email messages.
The second includes increasing the text size of messages that are replied to or forwarded.
The last includes making all the text of incoming emails larger as well.

Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.
Find the Personal Stationary tab, then find and click the Font button located under the New Mail Messages heading.
On the Font tab that appears, there will be a variety of options including changing the type of font, style, size and color.


Find the drop-down menu that is under the Size heading and select a bigger number.
Click OK and the new setting will take place the next time a message is composed.

Replies or Forwarded Mail
Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.

Find the Personal Stationary tab, then click the Font button that is located under the Replying or Forwarding Messages heading.
Find the drop-down menu that is under the Size heading and select a bigger number.
Click OK and the new settings will take place the next time a message is replied to or forwarded.

Incoming Email Messages
Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.

Look for the Display Font heading on the Personal Stationary tab and increase the size the size of the font by selecting a larger number.
This will increase the text size for all plain text incoming email.
However, it will not increase the text size of incoming HTML emails.

Set the option to read all incoming email as plain text if it is necessary to increase the text size of all incoming emails.
To do this, go to Tools, then click on Options, then look for the button that says Email Options and click Read all Standard Mail as Plain Text.

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May 11, 2013 | Microsoft Outlook 2010

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Unable to compose, reply, or forward in Yahoo Mail for the last 2-3 days


The inability to send, reply, or forward emails could be from a program that was installed on your computer that is now preventing the Yahoo! Mail Rich Text toolbar from launching properly. Try switching from "Rich Text" compose mode to "Plain Text" as a work around:
  1. Sign in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
  2. Click the New button to start a new email.
  3. To the far right of the "Subject" line click the "Plain Text link.
  4. Compose and send your email.
To make "Plain Text" your default when replying or forwarding, do this:
  1. Sign in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
  2. Click "Options," then select "More Options" from the pull down arrow in the upper right corner of your Mail page.
  3. Select "General" from the list of options on the left side of the page.
  4. Check the box next to; When replying & forwarding Mark original message with > (plain text only).
  5. Click the "Save Changes" button in the upper left corner.

Aug 17, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to get back to classic mail and when I click on (classic mail) nothing happens. I cannot reply or forward or even send emails. none of the tabs do anything except the delete. also on the upper right...


okay.... check in the yahoo options... there it will be " use classic yaho" click that u will be redirected to yahoo classic..basically this is a problem with the cookies and the temp stuf ...try cleaning out them..

Jul 05, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Can't reply, forward, or write new emails


A lot of us believe Yahoo implemented some changes that affected the ability to read our mail. I've had this issue since May 29. Since then, I've developed a Work-Around to read my mail or mail in other File Folders. I've seen other comments that use this method as well. Sounds like we all came upon this Work-Around simultaneously.

Since I've been offering solutions to read one's mail, my personal Profile indicates that over 80 others have this inability to read their mail. So we are not alone.

General consensus is that Yahoo has not developed a fix yet and Yahoo is offering up other solutions which, so far , have failed. Not seen anyone admit their solutions actually work.

I've read where one customer disabled his Norton anti-virus and his mail worked normally. When he re-enabled the Norton anti-virus, the mail screwed up again. His indications were that Norton was working on the issue. Sounds like Yahoo instituted some upgrades and now Norton may have to change something in their package to make the two systems compatable. Don't know for sure at this point.

Try This:

1) Double click on your mail Inbox or other File Folder
2) Right click and a Pop-up window will show up
3) Choose OPEN
4) Read your mail, select an email for viewing
5) In order to DELETE, MOVE the email to another File Folder, REPLY, FORWARD - Go ahead do what you normally do. You'll notice that your email didn't disappear.
6) Go to your Inbox or another File Folder as if you wish to read another email. If you were DELETING your email from your Inbox, select your Inbox again, DBL clicking and Right Clicking. When the File RE-opens, you'll notice the email you DELETED is now gone.

Pain in the rear, but it at least allows you to read and dispose of the mail.

Yahoo doesn't seem to have an ETA on when the Fix will be in place. They have had suggestions , but no -one has admitted any of them have worked.

Jun 14, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Cannot "compose", "forward" or "reply" to e-mails


You should post either if your using a regular mail or a client like Outlook or Thunderbird (more details) so we could understand your problem better.
Maybe your internet connection is slow. Try using another browser or reinstalling your current one.

Mar 25, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Cannot compose or reply mail


Switch to classic mode of yahoo mail, I think it could help you

Feb 25, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Yahoo mail is not working AT ALL


this sounds like a yahoo problem, it more then likely will clear up in a day, with all the sale's e-mails and stuff being sent it put a strain on there system

Nov 27, 2008 | Yahoo Mail

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