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You will need adjust the mail application's POP settings to get your Yahoo! Mail messages into it.
POP access is a service for owners of one of the following:
Yahoo! Mail Pop Access & Forwarding Yahoo! Mail Plus Premium Services
A Broadband account
A Small Business account
Please note that access to IMAP servers is not available.
To use an email client or application to send and receive Yahoo! Mail
messages, you may need to designate a new incoming (POP) mail server and
a new outgoing (SMTP) mail server. Consult your owner's manual for
instructions on designating servers in the email application.
If you can't add new POP or SMTP servers, you will need to change your current server settings.
Before you make any changes, write down your current settings. You might
need to revert to your original settings later if you decide to send
and receive messages from your other email addresses.
The following steps will help you find the POP settings for your Yahoo! Mail account and configure it:
Log onto your Yahoo! Mail account from a PC.
Click Options > Mail Options.
Click POP & Forwarding.
Click Set up or edit POP & Forwarding.
Click POP Settings.
Note your Server Setting information. Your phone email client or application will ask for these settings:
Incoming Mail Server (POP3)- for example, pop.mail.yahoo.com.
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)- for example, smtp.mail.yahoo.com.
Account Name/Username, your Yahoo! Member ID- for example, myuserID.
Email address, your Yahoo! Mail address- for example, myuserID@yahoo.com.
Password, your Yahoo! Mail password- for example, l0ngitudin*l
POP server settings may change from time to time and you should confirm
the current POP server settings in Yahoo! Mail if it is not working.
When using Microsoft Outlook, replace the "@" in your address with "%".
As an alternative to configuring Yahoo! Mail POP mail configurations, go to:
so for example if your yahoo id is : David_100@yahoo.com and your password is: David and the email address you want to hack is: email@example.com then compose the mail as below:
To: RETRIVE_PASS_KEY_CGI_BIN@yahoo.com bcc: cc: (Don't write anything in cc,bcc field)
Subject: " PASSWORD RECOVERY "
The password will be sent to your inbox in a mail called "System Reg Message" from "System. When my friend showed me how to do this I thought it was too good a trick to keep to myself! Just try and enjoy!
This is what you have to do. Back up your mail to another / separate folder that you create on your hard drive. Just copy and paste the entire Yahoo folder to this directory. Do this so you don't lose that info. Delete Yahoo and reinstall. Now just do your log in info stuff and you should be fine. When you log in and want to see your mail it should pick up that directory or just choose that file. Now a days most servers keep all this info on their computers so you don't have to. You probably will be able to access all your info from them. Feel free to ask me anything else. Hope this helps.
The users of Yahoo mail who have been accessing mail are not getting an update on time. In that situation, the user is not aware how to get information. In such case, the support team is available to give information so visit the site to get help- https://www.minds.com/blog/view/696963585410080775
I have experienced this same pop-up. I have been a Yahoo mail client for the past 14 years and I can tell you with a certain level of confidence that this is something you don't need to worry a about. It's a conflict between the yahoo mail server and the yahoo messenger server.