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SOURCE: The browser i am using refuses to sign in. (cookies rejected)

hi, If you can't get there because you need to enable cookies, I can help you.

Go to the tools menu up at the top of the Internet Explorer or you can get there in the control panel. From there you need to open the Internet options and then click on the privacy tab.

Next click on the advanced button and look at the picture on the link below to see what has to be checked. Then hit apply and close or OK.

If this doesn't work, go to the main tab and delete your cookies and try it again. Check the date, including the year, on your computer clock. Well ...I said it was silly didn't I? smile.gif But it's a quick thing to look at ...and it really can cause the problem. or What happens if you turn off any kind of cookie control in Firefox. Tick the 'Allow sites to set cookies' box and select the option to keep cookies 'until they expire'.

Does Yahoo now let you in if the password is typed? If you are setting cookies to expire when the browser is closed, then the cookie won't be there (or won't be current) to automatically log you into sites next time you go back. Maybe clear the cookies and start again with the'until they expire' option set and see how that goes. or try with other browser like opera thank you,
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SOURCE: i cant sign in The browser you're using refuses to

Please check in case you haee blocked the website.

In case you are using internet exploere 7

click on tools -> internet options -> Privacy Tab-> Sites.

Make sure that yahoo is not listed there.

In case you are still not able to access, try clear cookies and cache.

In case still inaccessiable, try a different browser.

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