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Lost my old email jckorr2706@netzero.com need to get back all my email address on it and all contacts

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SOURCE: I want my old email address

Hi jrp, please call this number and talk to a human to resolve you issues, you'll get better results.

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Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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SOURCE: need old email adress back lashawnwilliams62@yahoo.com

Yahoo mail is a funny animal..
The best thing you can do, in your case, is to email Yahoo at their contact us address and tell them what your problems are !
It may take several day's before you recv. a answer but if you have no flags with yahoo and have or have had an account with yahoo, they may be able to help you out.

Caution...
Never give out your email information and really never give out your password information.
Hope this has helped you.!?!

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Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Can you send my email from my old email address

Sorry we can't send your email from your old address to your new email address.

However, this is something you can do yourself very easily.

Login to your old email address using the same userid and password as you did in the past. Open the messages you want to keep then "Forward" the message to your new email account by entering your new address as the recipient.

If you can no longer access your old email account then you will need to contact the providers customer support department to gain access to your old account.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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Access: http://www.yahoo.com
Click "Sign in".
Click "I can't access my account".
Correctly answer all the "secret-questions",
to be authorized to change your password,
and to regain access to your account.

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Hi jrp, please call this number and talk to a human to resolve you issues, you'll get better results.

Customer Care
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