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How can mails be forwarded from ymail to any other account?

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  • sadafmansoor Mar 12, 2011

    sorry sir i was asking for POP and forwarding mails, as in ymail i dnt know from where to do it

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Just login to your mail address such as yahoo! mail. Then click at compose mail or at new.
You will see different window. At this window you can forward your mail by writing at
To : microsoft@mail.com and after checking your address, you can send email at any distance.

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Login ymail


"Ymail," a division of Yahoo!, is not the same as the Yahoo! email service.
The main different revolves around the URL at the end of your email address.

Instead of "@yahoo.com" these addresses are written as "@ymail.com."
This slight variation might confuse you about how to log into your Ymail account.

The login instructions are similar to that of Yahoo! mail. Additionally, you can recover your ID or password if you have forgotten it.

Visit the Yahoo! login page by typing "ymail.com" into the URL bar.
This takes you to both the Yahoo! email sign in and the Ymail sign in.

Type your username into the "Yahoo! ID" box.
This is the part of your email address that comes before "@ymail.com."

Type in your password.
If your password doesn't work, or you don't remember it, choose the blue "I Can't Access My Account" from the bottom of the sign in box.

Choose the option that describes your situation best. Options include: "I Forgot My Password", "My Password Doesn't Work", "I Forgot My Yahoo! ID" and "My Account May Have Been Compromised". Press "Next."

Follow the on-screen directions to set a new password or recover your ID.

http://https//login.yahoo.com/config/login_verify2?&.src=ym

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Locked out of my account


"Ymail," a division of Yahoo!, is not the same as the Yahoo! email service.
The main different revolves around the URL at the end of your email address.
Instead of "@yahoo.com" these addresses are written as "@ymail.com."
This slight variation might confuse you about how to log into your Ymail account.
The login instructions are similar to that of Yahoo! mail. Additionally, you can recover your ID or password if you have forgotten it.

Visit the Yahoo! login page by typing "ymail.com" into the URL bar.
This takes you to both the Yahoo! email sign in and the Ymail sign in.
Type your username into the "Yahoo! ID" box.
This is the part of your email address that comes before "@ymail.com."
Type in your password.
If your password doesn't work, or you don't remember it, choose the blue "I Can't Access My Account" from the bottom of the sign in box.
Choose the option that describes your situation best. Options include: "I Forgot My Password", "My Password Doesn't Work", "I Forgot My Yahoo! ID" and "My Account May Have Been Compromised". Press "Next."
Follow the on-screen directions to set a new password or recover your ID.

http://https//login.yahoo.com/config/login_verify2?&.src=ym

One of the drawbacks of free email services is that they're easy to forget you have an account. Yahoo! Mail is just one of those free email services.
Say a few months go by, you've turned your attentions elsewhere, but you remembered you have a Yahoo! account and you want to check your email.
But after you log in, it informs you that your Yahoo! Mail is no longer active. What do you do?

Log in to your Yahoo! Mail account as usual.
A message will appear that says your account has been deactivated due to inactivity.
Reactivate your Yahoo! Mail by clicking on the "Reactivate Your Yahoo! Mail address" link that is located at the bottom of the page.
Sign into your account at least once a month to avoid automatic deactivation by Yahoo! in the future.
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/smallbusiness/bizmail/general/general-41.html
also you might try this link
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-AU/windows/outlook/account-temporarily-blocked

Sep 13, 2013 | Yahoo Mail

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Delete yahoo account


If you wish to delete your entire Yahoo! account (including Mail, Messenger, profile, other Yahoo! services), go to the "Delete user" page, and follow the instructions:
https://edit.yahoo.com/config/delete_user

Please note that's a permanent and complete deletion, which removes all aspects of a Yahoo user account.

See also this Yahoo! help page:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/ymail/account/account-11.html

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If you simply wish to close the Yahoo! Mail account (but without deleting other Yahoo! services), you should simply stop using the account. Yahoo! deactivates email accounts which are not used for 120 days. (You may later reactivate the Yahoo! Mail account if you wish, although you cannot restore old email messages.)

See this Yahoo! help page:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/ymail/account/account-04.html

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I cannot access my mail


Ymail is part of Yahoo Mail. In order to provide users with more combinations for email addresses, Yahoo introduced another email extension called Ymail. Ymail accounts look like samplemail@ymail.com. Ymail allows users whose desired email address was already taken to create their desired address and still have all the same features as Yahoo Mail. Accessing a Ymail account is quick and easy and can be done from any web browser.


1. Create a Ymail account, if you don't already have one. Open a browser window and type "http://mail.yahoo.com" and click "Sign Up" under "Don't Have a Yahoo ID?" section.
Fill in the appropriate information in each blank in section 1. This section is for your name, gender, birthday and location.
In section 2, choose a Yahoo ID/email address. In the drop down box beside the email address text box, choose "ymail.com." Press "Check" to see if the email address is available. If it's not available for use, choose another address, but keep the "ymail.com" domain the same.
Choose two security questions in section 3. This are necessary in case you forget your password. The alternate email address is optional.
Type in the security code at the bottom of the screen and press "Create My Account."

2. Open a browser window and type "http://mail.yahoo.com" to access the Ymail login screen.

3.Type your full email address in the "YahooID" box. Be sure to include the "@ymail.com" or the address will not be recognized. Using the full address distinguishes Ymail accounts from Yahoo or Rocketmail accounts.

4. Type your password in the "Password" box. Your password is case sensitive. Press "I Can't Access My Account" if you've forgotten your password. You can either have the password sent to another email address or change it altogether after answering the security questions you set up during the account creation process.

5. Press "Sign In" to access the Ymail account.

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I closed my account at Ymail.com BUT NOW THEY ARE FORWARDING MAIL TO MY NEW ACCOUNT WHICH I DID NOT GIVE THEM; AND WHICH I WNAT TO STOP! HOW TO STOP THIS????


Does the new account have the same username? ie. was your old mail ID john123@ymail.com and is your new one john123@yahoo.co.uk? If so this could be the source of the problem. If the problem still persists, delete your new account too and utilise a totally different email service provider

May 14, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Forward emails from yahoo.com to ymail.com


Yahoo free version doesn't have the POP forwarding like it used to. You would have to upgrade to the mail plus in order to set up the forwarding.
Let me know if this helps.

Feb 05, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Push email


There is no push feature for Yahoo. It's a web based e-mail driven system just like hotmail and Google is. It can be used in Yahoo chat software as well if you have that feature on your Iphone.

The software might have changed in the Iphone but I know some users on this site complained that there was only one email account available per phone. I don't know if that was an Apple thing or an AT&T thing.

The G1 has a push feature for Google Mail but thats because Google software resides on the phone.

I believe in Yahoo you can forward the e-mail to another e-mail account. If you had it forward to another e-mail account on your phone that is pushing that would be the only work around.

Nov 20, 2008 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Push email not working


I've been told that there are e-mail limitations on an Iphone such as one e-mail account per phone. Kind of sad that Apple did that since most Blackberry phones can handle up to 10 e-mail accounts and possibly even more if you have access to a Blackberry domain controller.

You might have to use the web browser to get your ymail to work. I take it Ymail is Yahoo Mail?

This is a duplicate thread and a duplicate post.

Nov 20, 2008 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Push emails not working


I've been told that there are e-mail limitations on an Iphone such as one e-mail account per phone. Kind of sad that Apple did that since most Blackberry phones can handle up to 10 e-mail accounts and possibly even more if you have access to a Blackberry domain controller.

You might have to use the web browser to get your ymail to work. I take it Ymail is Yahoo Mail?

Nov 20, 2008 | Apple iPhone 3G

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