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I cannot access yahoo anymore!! Yahoois my email account, but when I go to yahoo.com I cannot get to my mail account or anything else "jronmeikle". This account is several years old. I just installed a new modem from QWEST, a 2speed2701. I am getting my mail through Eudora, and that seems to work, but I can't send, or link to anything on the yahoo web page. Help!

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Just check your tools>internet options>security and make sure the site isnt blocked.

Also check your virus control/security under internet security and settings and make sure it isnt blocked there. That is what it sounds like to me. If you can get everything else, it looks like yahoo has gotten blocked from you.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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