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I can't sign into my account
On the Yahoo sign-in page, click the "I can't access my account" link.
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ATT.net creates a new Yahoo account for you when you sign up for their service. You now have a Yahoo account that can be accessed with the ladyg.....@att.net as the user and whatever your ATT pass is.
It is possible to merge the new account with the old account:
The article states that you can only merge only during the registration process, but I believe this to be false.
I no longer have ATT, but there was an option to merge a Yahoo account while managing your ATT information (I belive this is accessible from your ATT home page). ATT should be able to assist you with that regardless of whether you merged during the registration process or not.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Go to your Yahoo email account and look at the right of the screen, next to where your name shows up (it says "Hi, [your_name]!"). To the right of your name is a tiny link that says "sign out." Click this, and you should be able to log into your new account.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
first launch yahoo and at the top of the screen look for tools then right click and go to properties thasn on the web page it is showing delet this and type in att.net and save and close than restart internet explorer and you should now be at the att home page
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
It sounds like you forgot your password. This happens from time to time, and for the safety of your email, it will lock you out if you put in the wrong password for a certain amount of times.
Give it the 24, as I don't believe yahoo will get back to you in less the 48 hours. Once it's lifted, go to the link that says "forgot password" and reset your password.
If you didn't forget your password, it could be that someone else was trying to hack into your email, and that is what triggered it. Either way, you're kind of stuck for the full 24
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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