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So you need to clear the cookies and cache, please let me know the browser you are using, let me help you how to clear them. You can use ccleaner periform if you are not using Internet Explorer for fast action. Simply download and install this application and click run cleaner. Good luck.
Unfortunately, there is no way around that. It is a temporary internal Yahoo error. It should resolve itself. Log out and log back in to see if it is resolved. If you can't get in after a couple hours, call the Yahoo customer care number: 408-349-1572 (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST) and inform them of the issue.
You can access your email here for now until Yahoo gets all the bugs
out. They have been upgrading their servers lately, causing problems
for all of us. http://us.m.yahoo.com/p/mail Or: http://de.m.yahoo.com/p/mail It's basic, but it works. I used it last night when they were messing around with my compose screen.
You need to open outlook,
Click Tools --> Accounts (Sometimes Services)
Highlight the account and click properties or change
Now look at the advanced settings --> there is an option to delete emails from the server which you have to set to stop repeat downloads. Set tis to 5 days as your ISP is set to keep for 4 days.
As you have not set this value each time outlook tries to download any emails left on the server,