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There was a problem logging onto your mail server. Your Password was rejected. Account: 'pop.mail.yahoo.com', Server: 'pop.mail.yahoo.com', Protocol: POP3, Server Response: '-ERR [SYS/PERM] pop not allowed for user.', Port: 995, Secure(SSL): Yes, Server Error: 0x800CCC90, Error Number: 0x800CCC92
make sure your password is correct because this error description states that your password is incorrect
Yahoo uses POP3 as the e-mail protocol, which gives you ther option of retrieving messages but not deleting them. It sounds as though the "Leave a copy of messages on the server" option in the Advanced settings for the account is checked so that messages are left on the Yahoo e-mail server. To check on that and change it:
In Outlook 2003, select Tools->E-Mail Accounts;
When the E-Mail Accounts wizard pops up, under the E-Mail areaq, make sure that "View or Change existing e-mail accounts" is selected, then press Next;
Select your Yahoo account in the dialog that pops up and click on "Change";
The Internet E-Mail Settings dialog for the Yahoo account pops up. Click on "More Settings", then in the dialog that pops up, click on the Advanced tab;
At the botton of that tab, there is an area marked as "Delivery". Make sure that "Leave a copy of messages on the server" is unchecked, then click OK;
Click the Next button on the dialong, then click "Finish".
At this point, if you check e-mail using Outlook, the messages should be deleted from the server. If not, then we can go from there.
I've sent u the recovered Gmail login details from ur recovered mail ID to your new mail IDs (Gmail and Yahoo)...
It is working now,... Thanks to Fixya.com
Thanks to the GMail team, who helped to recover the password
But, someone is really trying to have access to this mail ID of u....B'cos, when iwas logging in now to send you mail with details, i was asked for 'captcha' figure recognition, so...please take care of the security of the ID, as soon as u gain access
PLEASE DO CHANGE ALL THE ACCESS PASSWORDS AND ALTERNATE IDs RELATED TO THIS G-Mail ID, immediately after u log in
Bye Take care
PS: I am not mailing u from my mail ID, bcos....afterall this is 'the NET' :)
I posted a probable solution for this under a user named Floopstick. Check that out. But if you only need to fax once in a while Faxzero is free. You would need to scan in your data if you are not creating it on your machine. Tango.
You were right to worry. Internet fraud is very common these days.
Unless you participated in some contest by Yahoo, I hardly think Yahoo is giving money to just about anyone. These forms usually promise prizes and eventually ask you for details such as your bank account and credit card number. Be very careful, and do not give anyone your personal details.