Question about Yahoo Mail
Ihave tried more than three times & so verification code is not sent to my mobile number.
As you are not able to receive the verification code, it is recommended to check if the mobile number you have entered is correct. If you think it is correct, the next thing you can do is to contact your mobile carrier and see if they have blocked any message sent to you by Yahoo.
If the issue still persists, the other option you have at hand is to ask Yahoo to send you the security code on your alternate email address that you may have mentioned in your Yahoo profile. The following link can be useful:
If you are not able to receive code on your alternate email address too, you may need to answer the secret questions associated with your Yahoo account. To know how to do this, the following link can be helpful:
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Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
did you get a email stateing thats its from yahoo to update your information yahoo acount details ?
then you have been hacked and that someone has changed all your details even your Password reminder, so basicly you have lost your acount.
you can get a new email address from hushmail.com
free and its good i use the free one.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
hmm i would email yahoo and ask what's up they should get back to you within 12 hours and you can go from there, be very descriptive of the problem and tell them everything so they can answer you and not have to ask you a bunch of questions :)
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
If you have a standard Yahoo! account (US), that does not allow direct access from email programs such as Thunderbird. (Yahoo does not provide the standard mail protocols -- POP3, SMTP, IMAP - which are needed.)
Yahoo does offer that access for its premium "Yahoo! Mail Plus" account. There is an annual fee of $19.99 for that service. See details at http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/classic/mailplus/overview/
However, there are some free work-arounds which will allow access to a regular Yahoo Mail account via Thunderbird
(1) WebMail - http://webmail.mozdev.org/
This is a free Thunderbird extension, which provides access to various webmail programs (including Yahoo). You'll need to download and install both the basic extension and the Yahoo plug-in; then follow the instructions to configure them for your Yahoo account. See details at
(2) YPOPs! - http://ypopsemail.com/
This is a POP3 gateway, which allows downloading Yahoo Mail into any standard email client (such as Thunderbird). You'll need to configure both the Yahoo settings in Thunderbird and the YPOPs program, so that they will work together.
See articles at:
Hope that's helpful.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Aug 19, 2014 | gmail.com
A. Create App Password in Microsoft Account 1. Open your Microsoft account security settings page by clicking on following link:how that helps good luck.
Open Microsoft Account Security Settings Page
2. You'll see "App passwords" section at the bottom of the page which shows following information:
Some apps and devices don't support security codes. In these cases, you need to create an app password to sign in. 3. Click on "Create a new app password" link and it'll immediately provide you a new password generated randomly.
Now you can use this new password to sign in to a 3rd party mail app or device.
B. Create Application Specific Password in Gmail Account
1. Open your Google account settings page by clicking on following link:
Open Google Account Settings Pag
2. Now click on "Security" tab given in left-side pane. Scroll down on the page and you'll see "Connected applications and sites" section at the bottom of the page.
3. Click on "Manage access" button and it'll open a new page showing following information:Some applications that work outside a browser aren't yet compatible with 2-step verification and cannot ask for verification codes, for example: email programs including Outlook, Apple Mail, or Thunderbird, older Android smartphones. To use these applications, you need to generate an application-specific password. 4. Type any desired name in given text box and click on "Generate password" button.That's it. It'll immediately provide you a new password which can be used in any mail app or device to sign in.PS: If you want to remove or disallow any mail app or device to access your account, you can remove existing app password or revoke access from devices using the same account security settings pages as mentioned in above instructions.
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