"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
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.
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
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
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is no longer active.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.
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