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My email password pls help don't remember lower case and upper case

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Go to the website where you log onto emails, they will have a "Forgot my password" option. Click it, and follow the steps.

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SOURCE: Dear Yahoo, I forgot my password for my yahoo

I think you made a mistake.

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Posted on May 20, 2010

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Hi there! :) it doesnt matter if your using UPPER or lower case on yahoo email however when it comes to password that matters :)

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SOURCE: CAN U PLS UNLOCK MY YAHOO ACCOUNT PLS

Just sign up with a new ID & password. Let your family know the new ID and you are all set.
Jim

Posted on Oct 25, 2011

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Pass word log in


Just try to remember the exact answer for your security question. Try to remember if you have used upper case or lower case characters for your security question answer.

May 05, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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With most websites requiring you to create an account, do you find yourself in a bit of a pickle when it comes to inventing passwords? Many people use the same password for all their online accounts and often forget the password they came up with months ago. Hands up who doesn’t feel like banging your head against the wall trying to remember the password you created months ago?


Let’s face it - everyone has problems with creating and remembering secure passwords. That’s why we decided to help.


Tips on how to create and remember your passwords:

•Use the first letters of a sentence that you will remember,e.g. "I have 3 cats: Fluffy, Furry and Shaggy" gives: Ih3c:FF&S, or “Bouncing tigers have every right to ice-cream” becomes: Bther2I-C.

•Take the name of the website and then add your personal twist, like your height or your friend’s home address (e.g. “AmazonOceanRd6’2”). Avoid using your own contact details like your phone number or house number.

•Remove the vowels from a word or phrase e.g. "I like eating pancakes” becomes: Ilktngpncks”.

•Use a phrase from your favourite book and then add the page, paragraph or chapter number.

The Do’s and Don'ts of creating passwords

Do:

•Mix letters, numbers and symbols, and use case sensitivity (upper and lower case letters)

•The longer the better. Use passwords that are longer than 6 characters.

•Change your passwords at least every 60 days, cycling the numeric values up or down makes the new password easy to remember.

•Try copying and pasting at least some of the characters in your password that way keyloggers won’t be able to track your keystrokes.

Don't:

•Don’t use words or phrases or numbers that have personal significance. It is very easy for someone to guess or identify your personal details like date of birth.


•Don’t use the same password for several logins, especially if they involve sensitive financial or other personal information.

•When registering on websites that ask for your email address, never use the same password as your email account.

on Mar 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am asking or a password........pls help or get me help now


I'm a full time student and I stay up for days sometimes try a shift to Upper and Lower case look at your to row left , Lowercase 1 upper case !Exclamation, 2,uppercase @, Lower case 3 Uppercase # type lower case then upper case, hope that works

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Jamie.harrison71@yahoo.com


Can you elaborate on what / where you've encountered the problem ?

Assuming you've gone to the yahoo.com site ... or to: mail.yahoo.com, you should see the login spaces (for your name and password). When you enter them ... what happens ?

Just make sure your password is entered with the proper upper and lower case letters (if you'd previously defined them with upper and lower cases)

May 20, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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CAN U PLS UNLOCK MY YAHOO ACCOUNT PLS


Just sign up with a new ID & password. Let your family know the new ID and you are all set.
Jim

Oct 25, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Does it matter if use upper or lower case in your email address?


Hi there! :) it doesnt matter if your using UPPER or lower case on yahoo email however when it comes to password that matters :)

Oct 04, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Need to find the email password and if it is upper or lower cased.


Hi,
Unless you don't remember your old password its not possible to find the password from any resources, try to reset you password and don't forget to use Alphanumeric and with Upper and lower case include special character to make it more complex and more secure.

Regards,
JJ

May 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Invalid ID or password. Please try again using your full Yahoo! ID, and type the text you see in the picture below.


Remember some Passwords and most Captcha codes are case sensitive and require you to use both upper case and lower case as well as numbers. If even one letter is wrong you will be turned down.

Jan 24, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I have forgotten the password to my yahoo mail account and it keeps telling me the answer to one of my secret questions is wrong, how do i reset my password and get past this?


well try change the first letter of the answer to the secret question to upper or lower case. or try everything in upper case...

one more thing you can try, type your password in word or notepad, then copy it, then paste it in the password box... (in some case, it works)

Jun 23, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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Forgot password to online.


remember that the sucurity code is caps sensitive and some may be upper case and some may be lower case

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