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Yahoo mail i can't open, read and delete my emails in my inbox

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  • PETHO Jan 23, 2008

    I CAN'T OPEN OR DELETE E-MAILS NOTHING HAPPENS WHEN I CLICK ON THE E-MAIL TO OPEN IT AND NOTHING HAPPENS WHEN I CLICK ON DELETE ITS LIKE ITS FROZEN NOTHING IS MOVING AND ITS ONLY IN THE INBOX THE REST OF MY YAHOO MAIL IS FINE

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2008

    i can't open or delete my mail from the inbox and it's says error on page.

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2008

    I am able to open yahoo.com web page. yahoo mesenger also can be opened. however yahoo mail can not be ioened. what are the steps to be taken for restoring normalcy.

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Try using another web explorer application than the one u're using !! Or try updating that software, and all needed components (flash, java, etc ...)

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Open my email inbox


Which email account ??..
hotmail, yahoo , gmail , outlook , live ......

Yahoo Mail is one of the many Web-based email providers available for free on the Internet. Yahoo Mail offers users a fast-loading inbox, unlimited storage and spam filtering.
Subscribers can set up an Yahoo email account by filling out a registration form with a small amount of personal information and by choosing a username and password.
Once the account is set up, users can access their email account and other Yahoo services.
Navigate to Yahoo's homepage (see Below).
http://www.yahoo.com/
If you don't have an account, click "Sign Up" near the top of the page, fill out the registration form and submit the information.
Once your account is created, navigate to the Yahoo homepage and click the "Mail" icon near the top of the page.
Type in your Yahoo ID and password and click "Sign In."


Click the "Inbox" tab.
Click on the subject heading of a message to read your inbox messages.
Delete inbox messages by selecting the message you want to delete and clicking the "Delete" button.

Sep 25, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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The problems that I do have with yahoo email are acces to reading emails, deleting from the inbox, the trash can, accessing the file folder, and just all of the typical use that otherwise would not be a...


Do what I did 6 yrs ago. Dump YA-Hoo mail. It' s not all that useful. I went w/ inbox.com & have at least 5 unique w/ them. Can use as online only, or do what I do..... I use Safari as my normal search engine, but I set FFox to open w/ inbox.com sign on page as homepage. I just open FFox & can use it as a dual mail pgrm & 2nd search engine... works well.
Inbox.com is just 10000k more useful as a mail pgrm.
I also have all my email address/ accounts auto load to my own Mail pgrm. (mac mail), u should have your own mail pgrm besides the online only yaHoo/Hotbox/blueballs or what ever just because it Works Better that way.
I am not going to go into why, again, for the 1k time... just go & try it out. 5gig free.....
Luck, gettocar

Aug 14, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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How can i get deleted mesaages (deleted from trashes also)in yahoo.


Losing important emails or accidentally deleting emailsthat you still need can be frustrating. Good news is that Yahoo! Mail providesways to retrieve deleted messages. In fact, whenever you delete a message fromyour inbox, it is automatically transferred to a "Trash" folder incase you need it again in the future. In case your "Trash" folder isemptied, you can still recover deleted messages using Yahoo's"Restore" feature ? Log in to your Yahoo! Mail account.Navigate to the "Trash" folder located at the left portion of thescreen, and then check if the deleted message is there. ? Open the message and select the"Move" option in the Yahoo! mail toolbar. Select "Inbox" orany other existing folder into which you want to transfer the message. It willthen be immediately transferred to your chosen folder. ? Use the "Search" option atthe upper portion of the window if you do not want to browse through severaldeleted emails. Type the email address of the sender or other keywords relatedto the email message and click on "Search." ? Use the "Yahoo! MailRestore" feature to recover mails that have been deleted in the past 24hours. This is if your trash folder is empty and your deleted emails are nolonger available. Click on the "Help" button at the upper portion ofthe screen and then select "Help" once again from the options thatappear. ? Select "Emailing: TheBasics" from the list of "Help topics." Click on "Deletingand Recovering Mails," then choose "Restore Lost or DeletedEmails." ? Read the instructions on how torecover emails that were deleted within the last 24 hours. Complete the requiredform and hit "Submit." You will be prompted once emails are restored.

Nov 12, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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Deleted inbox mail


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I am Frank....
If you are using yahoo email account but your emails deleted from your inbox and you are unable to recover then you can follow some given steps given below:-
Go to the Trash folder.Open the desired message. You can also check it and any further messages you want to undelete in the message list.Click Move in the Yahoo! Mail toolbar.Select Inbox or any other folder to recover the message. You can also drag and drop the email to any folder.For the more info visit here http://www.yahoosupportnumber.net/blog/facing-problems-to-restore-deleted-yahoo-mails/ and get instant help & solution.

May 20, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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Hey.. i cant open my inbox or send emails?


Hi there, after open internet explorer click tools option. From there select internet
options and there you found a option" delete temporary internet files, history, cookies.
" Just delete them & then close the internet explorer. After that go for email reading
the page will open.
Thanks & waiting for your feedback.

Mar 23, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I am on my destop BUT on my laptop my yahoo mail has black line on all the words (check mail- delete -reply etc) also the blocks are missing on the mail in the inbox so I can't delete or the e-mail. Is...


Hi there, after open internet explorer click tools option. From there select internet
options and there you found a option" delete temporary internet files, history, cookies.
" Just delete them & then close the internet explorer. After that go for email reading
the page will open.
Thanks & waiting for your feedback.

Feb 15, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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Slow Yahoo Mail


Please clean your inbox by deleting unnecessury emails, unnecessury mails with attachment must should be deleted. again check you upgraded your flash player....If your net connection is slow you may face the issue also....I think you got my point....Thanks for using Fixya

Oct 28, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Can't reply, forward, or write new emails


A lot of us believe Yahoo implemented some changes that affected the ability to read our mail. I've had this issue since May 29. Since then, I've developed a Work-Around to read my mail or mail in other File Folders. I've seen other comments that use this method as well. Sounds like we all came upon this Work-Around simultaneously.

Since I've been offering solutions to read one's mail, my personal Profile indicates that over 80 others have this inability to read their mail. So we are not alone.

General consensus is that Yahoo has not developed a fix yet and Yahoo is offering up other solutions which, so far , have failed. Not seen anyone admit their solutions actually work.

I've read where one customer disabled his Norton anti-virus and his mail worked normally. When he re-enabled the Norton anti-virus, the mail screwed up again. His indications were that Norton was working on the issue. Sounds like Yahoo instituted some upgrades and now Norton may have to change something in their package to make the two systems compatable. Don't know for sure at this point.

Try This:

1) Double click on your mail Inbox or other File Folder
2) Right click and a Pop-up window will show up
3) Choose OPEN
4) Read your mail, select an email for viewing
5) In order to DELETE, MOVE the email to another File Folder, REPLY, FORWARD - Go ahead do what you normally do. You'll notice that your email didn't disappear.
6) Go to your Inbox or another File Folder as if you wish to read another email. If you were DELETING your email from your Inbox, select your Inbox again, DBL clicking and Right Clicking. When the File RE-opens, you'll notice the email you DELETED is now gone.

Pain in the rear, but it at least allows you to read and dispose of the mail.

Yahoo doesn't seem to have an ETA on when the Fix will be in place. They have had suggestions , but no -one has admitted any of them have worked.

Jun 14, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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I can get into my e-mail but cannot read the


A lot of us believe Yahoo implemented some changes that affected the ability to read our mail. I've had this issue since May 29. Since then, I've developed a Work-Around to read my mail or mail in other File Folders. I've seen other comments that use this method as well. Sounds like we all came upon this Work-Around simultaneously.

Since I've been offering solutions to read one's mail, my personal Profile indicates that over 80 others have this inability to read their mail. So we are not alone.

General consensus is that Yahoo has not developed a fix yet and Yahoo is offering up other solutions which, so far , have failed. Not seen anyone admit their solutions actually work.

I've read where one customer disabled his Norton anti-virus and his mail worked normally. When he re-enabled the Norton anti-virus, the mail screwed up again. His indications were that Norton was working on the issue. Sounds like Yahoo instituted some upgrades and now Norton may have to change something in their package to make the two systems compatable. Don't know for sure at this point.

Try This:

1) Double click on your mail Inbox or other File Folder
2) Right click and a Pop-up window will show up
3) Choose OPEN
4) Read your mail, select an email for viewing
5) In order to DELETE, MOVE the email to another File Folder, REPLY, FORWARD - Go ahead do what you normally do. You'll notice that your email didn't disappear.
6) Go to your Inbox or another File Folder as if you wish to read another email. If you were DELETING your email from your Inbox, select your Inbox again, DBL clicking and Right Clicking. When the File RE-opens, you'll notice the email you DELETED is now gone.

Pain in the rear, but it at least allows you to read and dispose of the mail.

Yahoo doesn't seem to have an ETA on when the Fix will be in place. They have had suggestions , but no -one has admitted any of them have worked.

Jun 11, 2009 | Yahoo Computers & Internet

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AT&T Yahoo! Mail could not load this message


have you signed off then back on?
That may fix it.

Mar 26, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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