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Getting my old e-mail back at 70 I don't want a change please help I have had this email from the start

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    Terry Weaver May 08, 2017

    Can you be a little more descriptive about what your problem is, and what you're wanting to do?

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SOURCE: I moved and changed my e-mail. I am trying to get

You need to use your OLD e-mail address to log in to your Facebook page.

Then you can go to the "Account" menu (located near the top on the far right) and select "Account Settings". From this page, you can change your e-mail address to your NEW one.

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SOURCE: I want my old yahoo mail format back because this ...

how can i get my old yahoo meassages back can u please help me with dat.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

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SOURCE: I am 86 years old.

Hi there Fran, unfortunately, there is no way to revert to an older version of Yahoo Mail as they encourage users to migrate to the newest version.

Posted on Jul 10, 2011

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Instructions
Log in to your
Yahoo! Mail account In your web browser, go to
the Yahoo! Mail home page
(http://mail.yahoo.com ). Sign in to your account using your
Yahoo! ID and password, then
click the yellow Sign In button. Once you've
successfully logged in, you'll
see your email folders on the
left and the What's New and
Inbox tabs in the middle. Choose the Mail
Classic option On the upper right side of the
page, there are three links --
Mobile, Options, and Help.
Click Options , and when the drop down menu appears,
choose "Mail Classic..." Confirm that you
want to switch back A dialog box will pop up with
two choices -- Switch to
Yahoo! Mail Classic and Cancel.
If you're sure you want to
switch, click the first option;
otherwise, choose Cancel to keep the New Yahoo! Mail. (If
you wish to provide feedback
about Yahoo! Mail, you can
click the feedback link in the
dialog box, which will open
up a new window.) Depending on your
computer's speed and your
Internet connection, the
switch may take several
seconds. When it's completed,
you'll be looking at the old familiar Yahoo! Mail Classic
interface.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2011

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I can't use the new e-mail......don't understand it! wasn't given a option about a change. Don't want a change. I'm almost 70 years old. Please give me the old version back....


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My former email address was vannalton@yahoo.com. It got hacked and a worm implanted. Somehow the worm got me to changing my password such that I now don't know what it is and I was not able to get...


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I WANT MY OLD YAHOO MAIL


Welcome to Fixya

If you want to use your old yahoo email, just simply type in the user name and password of the old yahoo account when you login to yahoo email. If you are referring with the new look of the yahoo mail. Please see procedure below:

1. Click "Help?" in the Upper Left-hand side of the Beta Mail screen.
2. Scroll down, click ? "Return to Original Mail" (or "Leave the Mail Preview")
3. Complete the brief questionnaire then click """Continue"""
4. Allow the mail page to Reformat.

If you don't see the "Return to original mail" option, then there is no way for you to get back to the previous original mail.

Thank you for using Fixya!

Sep 02, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Want old email back


Please contact Yahoo using the instructions provided below in order to get your old email back.

Please have patience as this could take up to a week to complete due to high email volumes.



You will need to contact Yahoo at the address below. Please follow these instructions in order to return.


mail-tech-backlog-t3@cc.yahoo-inc.com Please put in the subject line: I want to return to Mail Classic.

I understand you would like to return to Classic Mail in your Yahoo!
Mail Account. I know this can be frustrating, I apologize for the
inconvenience this may be causing you. I'd be happy to address this for
you.

If you would prefer to use Yahoo! Mail Classic, I would be glad to
switch your account to that version.

In order to make this change to your account, I will need your written
permission. If you would like to switch to Classic, please reply to this
email with the following information:

* Please confirm that you would like me to switch your account to Yahoo!
Mail Classic

* Please let us know why you would like to switch. We're eager to
understand what features of the newest version of Yahoo! Mail we can
change or improve; and your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience you've experienced; and we
hope we can help improve your experience using Yahoo! Mail.

I hope that with this information your issues have been resolved, if you
have further questions or need additional help please contact us back.

Aug 11, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want my old yahoo mail back. please put it back and don't change it again.


The old version will not be coming back, though I would hope, with enough user complaints, they would do so.

Right now, there's nothing you can do about it. Sorry, I really wish I could help.
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Aug 03, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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My yahoo email has been compromised. I say this because I have had the same password for years and now it is saying t is wrong. Even the security questions are saying my answers are wrong and I am 100%...


I think you left your account unsigned out and some one accessed it. After which he/she changed your account settings or information (password and security question).

But remember that when you signed up (originally), you were asked to insert a back up e-mail address. Do you remember it? Go to it (in the account info or settings) if he/she never changed it, you will be able to access his/her new password entry. If you use it and it opens, please change immediately. You can then sign up for a new e-mail address and send all your mails there, then redirect all the e-mails to your old account to your new account. Don't use this old e-mail as your contact while opening up a new one.

However, if some one changed even your contact e-mail used during signing up, then you wont be able to again access the old account. Some one could have hacked into your account.

Jul 29, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I am 86 years old. I love the old classic mail. I don't like change. Please let me have it back or I will switch to AOL. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. Thank you Fran


Hi there Fran, unfortunately, there is no way to revert to an older version of Yahoo Mail as they encourage users to migrate to the newest version.

Jul 10, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to change to my old Yahoo Classic Version from Beta which I changed to recently to see its features. I am not happy with Beta and I want to go back. I am unable to find the option for for the...


I tried the beta too but I switched back to Yahoo! Classic. Here is how I did it:

Login to your yahoo! mail account.

Click "help" on the upper left of the screen.

Then Choose "Leave the main preview"

It will ask you for a feedback, but you can just choose "other" and click continue.



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Jun 05, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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