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I have had Yahoo Classic Email for years! Now they replaced the "flag" button with a "mark" button. An option is to flag, but I can't get anything to flag now! Why don't they just leave things alone? Please help. I used to flag a lot of things, now what can I do. No apps will replace it. I looked

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You can create a group and move them into that instead?

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Getting the old version of yahoo mail back


try this & see if it works for you
How to change back to Yahoo
Log in to your yahoo mail account
In your web browser go to the yahoo mail home page sign in to your account using your yahoo ID and password, then click the yellow sign in button. Once you've successfully logged in you'll see your email folders on the left and the what's new and inbox tabs in the middle.
Choose the mail classic option
On the upper right side of the page there are three links -- Mobile, Options, and Help. Click Options, and when the drop down menu appears, choose mail classic
Confirm that you want to switch back
A dialog box will pop up with two choices -- switch to yahoo mail classic and cancel. If you're sure you want to switch, click the first option; otherwise, choose cancel to keep the new yahoo mail.

Depending on your computer's speed and your internet connection, the switch may take several seconds. When it's completed, you'll be looking at the old familiar yahoo mail classic interface.

Sep 03, 2012 | Yahoo Mail

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I recently switched to the new yahoo mail (not by choice, but because it seemed like the only option) and I can't find a way to use the "back" button within the mail program (clicking...


It's probably another one of many issues the new mail program is facing.

My suggestion is to switch back to Classic Mail, yes you can do this.

When on your mail page, click options on the right hand side of the page, and click switch to mail classic.

That's it.

Until they fix the many problems with the new mail, this is your best solution.

Sep 19, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want my "classic email" back!!


here are some options:
1st: If you are using IE go to tools ? internet options ? security. Click on the "custom level" button, go to the scripting section and disable active scripting. If you are using Firefox go to tools ? options ? content. Click on disable Javascript.
When you go to Yahoo mail it will indicate that you must use Classic and will give a link. Once done you can return to the previous Javascript settings.
2nd: to revert to Classic Mail. Lower your screen resolution from the Control Panel, then Display and the Settings tab. As soon as it's too low for the new mail, you will get a message displayed asking if you want to switch to Mail Classic. Click "yes". (The usual setting is 1024 x 768 for most monitors.)
3rd: At the very top of the screen once you log into yahoo it should give you the option to go to classic yahoo mail. I am not fond of the new one either and thats what i did
4th: Click Options on the mail screen, then click Switch to Classic Mail. If it asks if you are sure you want to switch, click Yes
5th: These link are still working today, July 16, 2011 and will RETURN and launch your email back to Classic Mail. http://us.mc598.mail.yahoo.com/mc/launch... as will this link:http://us.mc598.mail.yahoo.com/mc/welcom...
6th: I have a Yahoo! Plus account, there is an option there to switch back to Yahoo! Classic, which I have done and it remains, and perhaps that is an option for you. The Yahoo! Plus account is $19.99 (US) a year.
7th: Numerous solutions for various browsers and different versions of Windows people use, this is the best solution. Link to: is http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?... The link is to an answer given by another person, Katie M, who posted a very good answer that addresses browsers and Windows here on Yahoo!Answers to help you switch back

Aug 23, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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My Yahoo classic mail has automatically disappeared without my doing anything


it also happened to me for yahoo automatically migrated their mail to the new yahoo email.
here are some options you can use:
1st: If you are using IE go to tools > internet options > security. Click on the "custom level" button, go to the scripting section and disable active scripting. If you are using Firefox go to tools >options > content. Click on disable Javascript.
When you go to Yahoo mail it will indicate that you must use Classic and will give a link. Once done you can return to the previous Javascript settings.
2nd: to revert to Classic Mail. Lower your screen resolution from the Control Panel, then Display and the Settings tab. As soon as it's too low for the new mail, you will get a message displayed asking if you want to switch to Mail Classic. Click "yes". (The usual setting is 1024 x 768 for most monitors.)
3rd: At the very top of the screen once you log into yahoo it should give you the option to go to classic yahoo mail. I am not fond of the new one either and thats what i did
4th: Click Options on the mail screen, then click Switch to Classic Mail. If it asks if you are sure you want to switch, click Yes
5th: These link are still working today, July 16, 2011 and will RETURN and launch your email back to Classic Mail. http://us.mc598.mail.yahoo.com/mc/launch... as will this link:http://us.mc598.mail.yahoo.com/mc/welcom...
6th: I have a Yahoo! Plus account, there is an option there to switch back to Yahoo! Classic, which I have done and it remains, and perhaps that is an option for you. The Yahoo! Plus account is $19.99 (US) a year.
7th: Numerous solutions for various browsers and different versions of Windows people use, this is the best solution. Link to: is http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?... The link is to an answer given by another person, Katie M, who posted a very good answer that addresses browsers and Windows here on Yahoo!Answers to help you switch back.

Aug 23, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Hello i just signed up for yahoo how do i switch to yahoo mail classic


Hello!!

To switch to Yahoomail Classic follow below steps :

1. On Right hand side you will find Options Menu.
2. Click on the Options Button.
3. Select Mail classic.
4. One popup will appear asking Switch to Classic or cancel, in which select Switch to Yahoo mail Classic button and you are done.
5. Enjoy..!!

Hope it helps..!!!

Jul 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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In yahoo mail inbox page screen reader problem is appearing


Auto-save to Draft Yahoo! Mail Classic now saves the message you're working on (in Drafts) so you don't lose it in the event of a power outage, connection interruption or computer problem. And as always, you can save the most recent version by clicking Save Draft. Once you click Send to send the message, the draft is deleted from Drafts. To review it after that, just look in Sent! Downloading In most cases, downloading now requires only one click-on the attachment name in the message header. Stationery! Now you can choose the perfect background for any message. Click the far-right button on the Rich Text toolbar to view all your colorful stationery options. Message Header We made the From, To and Date information at the top of each email easier to read-and added the option to flag the message in the upper-left corner (click the flag). To view a message's full header, just click Full Header in the lower-right corner. One-click "Flag this message" Organize your most important messages! Just click the dot in the new Flag column-it's one over from the check-box column. If you're in the middle of reading a message you'd like to flag, click the gray flag in the upper-left corner of the window. Finally, if you want to see all your flagged messages grouped at the top of your Inbox (or any other folder), just click the flag at the top of the column. Bingo! Inline Signature If you've created a signature in More Options, you will now see it each time you open the Compose window to write a message. If you don't want to include it, just delete the signature text as you would any other text in your email. Or, if you'd rather not include a signature in any of your emails, click Options, select More Options, and under "Management", click Signature. Delete the text in the window to delete your signature, then click Save. Forward as Attachment You can still forward a message as an attachment by holding down the Ctrl button on the keyboard and clicking Forward. Mark as Unread When you're viewing a message, you'll now find Mark as Unread in the upper-right corner of the window. We did this to reduce clutter in the top middle area. Bulk Folder = Spam Folder We updated Bulk to Spam. Because, well, that's what it is! It functions just the same as before. Address Book = Contacts "Address Book" is "Contacts" in the new Yahoo! Mail Classic. Message Encoding You don't need to change message encoding through your browser anymore. Instead, just use the encoding pull-down menu in the lower-right corner of the page while you're viewing the message. In addition, you don't need to change the browser's encoding when you compose emails. Just type away! Rich-text/Plain-text link On the Compose page above the message window, you can click either Rich Text or Plain Text to select the format you prefer. Cc: on the Compose Page You don't have to click a link to open the Cc: line anymore. Now, it's always there--just waiting for whoever else you want to send your message to. :o) Folder Renaming and Deleting Rename and delete your personal folders more easily by clicking the folder on the left, then clicking either Rename or Delete next to the folder name at the top of the page. Flagged message and Attachment sorting Just click the column headings to group messages by what's flagged or has attachments. News Module Now you'll see the same News Module that currently appears in the all-new Yahoo! Mail. Mark as Spam Marking a message as Spam now moves messages to the Spam folder instead of Trash. Screen Reader Accessibility Yahoo! Mail Classic offers enhanced accessibility to screen readers.
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Features We Removed Details Today's tip Today's tip was on the Welcome page. Send an e-card The link on the Compose page is gone, but you can still send e-cards by visiting http://www.yahoo.americangreetings.com/ Avatar display You won't see your Avatar on the welcome page anymore when you log in. Instalist We've taken out the option to create a mailing list for recipients, which was on the "Message Sent" page. Here's how to create a category if you want to send to a group. Online Presence Indicator We removed the icon showing whether your contacts are online or offline with Yahoo! Messenger. Quickbuilder Was a way to scan your mailbox for people you hadn't added to your Contacts yet. It's gone, but anytime you send email to a new contact, you have the option to Add to Contacts on the "Message Sent" page. Add Mobile Alert If you want to get an alert on your Mobile Device when mail from a specific sender arrives, make sure your device is registered. And now, instead of clicking Add Mobile Alert (which used to appear in the From/To info area above an email), go to the Filters section of More Options to set this up. "Add to My" button We removed the icon at the bottom of the Inbox that enabled you to add an Inbox preview to your My Yahoo! page. Keyboard Shortcuts We removed Check Mail, Compose, and other keyboard shortcuts. (e.g. Control + Shift + P for Compose.) Save Message Text Gone: the link in message view that saves the text of an email. Attachment Preview This feature gave you the chance to view both Microsoft Word and Excel files as HTML pages. Now, it's gone-but many browsers give you the option to view (Open) an attachment without downloading it. To start, just click the attachment's name in the message header. Messenger-with-Voice Integration

Mar 02, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I cannot access my email. Every time I "login" I get a page with LaunchEmptyResponse and options to retry logging in or to log into classic mail. Neither work.


I would try the retry button. If that doesn't work, switch to Yahoo classic for now until they get it fixed. periodically, they update their software and it might be having problems with Internet Explorer. If nothing else, download firefox and access yahoo through there. It will work that way.

Jan 18, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Please give me back my Yahoo email Classic


Log into yahoo mail
Go to upper right corner (right beneath the "web search")
Click on tiny black triangle where it says "Options"
A small window comes up that offers a few options.
The second to the last option says Switch to Classic.
Click that.
A box pops up verifying you want to switch back to Classic mode.
Click on button that says Switch back to Classic.

That should do it!

Nov 11, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to go back to classic e-mail, but it hasn't happened.I even e-mailed yahoo but still don't have it. and I am wondering why, it used to be easy to switch back.Thanks


I want to keep Classic and each time I open my mail now, I have to go to options. How can I just have Classic without going to options every time

Sep 28, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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