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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I guess what you mean is how you can import your messages to MSN mail box. You can only import or export your contacts vice versa.
The easy way although quite tedious is to go to your inbox and forward the messages to your email address in your MSN mail.
e.g open your inbox ....... click the message and open it.
click the forward button and type in your MSN email address and click send.
Another quicker way although not tested is to convert your yahoo email to the yahoo classis email. it has better features to forward many messages simultaenously
Posted on May 21, 2009
I also face the problem.
spam emails are sent to all the persons in my yahoo adressbook.
The email contains some weblinks whic advertise "My Canadian Pharmacy" which sell some sexual drugs.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
SOURCE: I got this afternoon several
If you didn't send any of those emails, you might have spyware or a virus infecting your computer. Run a virus scan if you have anti-virus software installed, and hopefully it will find and remove the infection. If you don't have anti-virus software, you should definitely download and install a program. Avast and AVG both offer free anti-virus scanners. If you have the Yahoo! Toolbar, you can run CA Yahoo! Anti-Spy directly from the toolbar, which should be able to detect most spyware and some viruses.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
SOURCE: I have not received any
As far as the usage of auxiliary verb + receive is concerned, the first is correct, the others are wrong; the second is particularly ungrammatical. The third has "to receive" in the wrong tense, it should be the infinitive: "receive". When you use the auxiliary verb "do" + verb, the verb is always in the bare infinitive, it is the "do" that changes for tense (did = past).
"I don't have [x]" means that x (a noun phrase) is not in your possession, X cannot be a verb. "I don't have any money", but not "I don't have [done something]".
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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