You should check the security settings in preferences within Safari to make sure you have the web content box's check plus accept cookies from sites you navigate to set. i think you will find it is a simple solution within Safari.
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Go to google.com and click on LOGIN.
Clicken FORGOT PASSWORD.
Enter your gmail address and hit RETURN.
An email will be sent to the email address you used when you created the accident. If that address is no longer valid, then the only thing you can do is create a new account.
The instructions are specific to the browser and OS you are using. Since you didn't specify, I will provide instructions for the Apple standard Safari browser on Snow Leopard (10.6). If you are using some other browser, such as FireFox, the instructions will be vaguely similar but not identical.
Under the Safari menu, open Preferences, then go to the Security tab. You will see a selection for "Accept cookies: Always, Never, Only from sites I visit." If "Only from sites I visit" (the preferred choice) doesn't make Hotmail happy, you will have to set it to "Always." Remember, you can always set it back later, and if certain websites still demand that you allow third-party advertising cookies, you may want to reassess whether you want to continue your relationship with those websites.
You can use a mail client such as "ThunderBird" to manage all of your e-mail. Basically you install the program, add your e-mail accounts and it will download all the e-mail's to one spot (or multiple folders if you like). This makes it easier to manage.
You asked if Yahoo! or Gmail is compatible with Mac, and the answer is yes. Since you would access both services through a webpage, you would be able to use it on any operating system (such as OSX, Windows, or Linux) as long as it has a web browser like Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer (which each one does)
What you could do is that you could look around online like on ebay or on a great site called www.ifixit.com . That is a great site and they have a lot of great parts for both mac laptops and iPods/iPhones.