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I try to send my resume and it says that my e-mail account does not exsist. I have used this email for 5 years now it does not exist acording to the computer

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It may have happened due to the internet explorer update. You can try un installing the update from the Control Panel->

Windows XP-Add remove programs-> Check the box that says View updates and then un-install internet explorer and it will automatically restore the previous version of your Internet explorer.
Windows Vista-Click on link that says View installed updates and then un install internet explorer and it will automatically restore the previous version of your Internet explorer.

Also you can install another browser like Google chrome(fast & easy to use) and check whether it is an issue with the internet explorer as if you are using yahoo then just like to inform you that they are in process of updating the classic yahoo user accounts into new yahoo account.

Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.

Thanks
Rylee

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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If you haven't accessed the account "in years", then most likely all your profile information is gone. I would consider that account as lost.

Try to create a new Yahoo account with the email name you had before. If the account still exists, you will get an error message from Yahoo, saying that name is already taken. If years have passed, then another owner likely has that address with their own password.

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Are you trying to create a second Gmail account to use with an existing Gmail Account?

Let's say you have two big uses for Gmail: one you use with friends and family/for fun and one that you use more professionally. It is definitely possible to read mail and send mail from both within one inbox. Here's how:

(Let's call that more personal account your primary account and that professional one your secondary account)

Create that second account
The first step should be to create the secondary account if you haven't already done so. To create a secondary account, go ahead and sign out of your primary account. Click the "create an account" link and get started.

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Next, in order to see emails sent from your secondary to your primary account, you should set up forwarding. Keep in mind that you can also forward emails from your primary to your secondary account should you want all messages from both emails in both inboxes. To set up forwarding:

1. Click the gear in the top right.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
4. Click Add a forwarding address in the "Forwarding" section.
5. Enter the primary email address
6. For your security, we'll send a verification to that email address.
7. Open your primary email account (signing out of the secondary account), and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team.
8. Click the verification link in that email.
9. Back in your secondary account, refresh the page.
10. Select the Forward a copy of incoming mail to option and make sure your new forwarding address is listed in the first drop-down menu.
11. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages in that secondary account, such as keep Gmail's copy in the Inbox or archive Gmail's copy.
12. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

Now, you should be able to see emails from both accounts in the same spot.

To send emails from the second account
Last, in order to send out emails from the primary and the secondary account in the same inbox, you should set up the "send mail as" feature. To set up the send mail as feature:
1. Click the gear icon in the top right
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4. Under Send mail as, click Add another email address.
5. In the 'Email address' field, enter your name and alternate email address.
6. Choose one of two options:
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Now, when you're sending an email in your inbox, simply click "from" and choose which email address you'd like to send from.

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While entering a new account, you have to fill in all settings correct, so you need to know it it is a POP or SMTP server, you must fill in the complete and correct e-mailadres and server name and the correct password. if filled in and you press next, the program will check the validity of the address. Only if the address exists and the password is correct it will tag everything green. Then you can use the mail address. It must be an existing mail address. You can't create new addresses in that part.
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How to fix the problem:

Fix #1 - reauthenticate on our server.

Remove any email from your Outbox. If you need to keep the message, you can move it to your 'Drafts' folder.
Click "Send/Receive". This will reauthenticate you.
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Fix #2 - configure your email client to check for email before sending.

In Outlook, go to "Tools" and select "Email Accounts". Make sure "View or change existing e-mail accounts" is checked. Click Next.
Select your account from the list and click "Change".
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Check "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication".
Select "Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail".
Click "OK", then "Next", then "Finish".

This will fix your problem
Or
Call Yahoo! Customer Service

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Direct Number: 1-408-349-1572

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First of all, do you know if the company received your resume?
Call them and see if they received it via email.
If they haven't, I would just start a msn @live.com email account you can use for business. MSN has larger storage and it's very
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Seems you are using outlook to send your email. You might just have clicked their "mailto" linked that's why outlook popped up with the recipient's already written.

If you don't have your own email account, you can't you outlook to send email. You better sign up with yahoo mail or google mail then continue sending your email.

Anyhow, if you have your own email account, you must have setup your POP3 mail server and SMTP mail server correctly. It somewhat looks like this:

POP3 mail server: mail.yourdomainname.com
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Regards!

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