Helmut
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2014-02-13 15:54

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 Yahoo! ✉ [Tips / Tricks]

Dear all,

for unknown reasons there are some problems with Yahoo! e-mail acounts. Mails sent by the forum bounce back. Problems are manifold:
  1. If you want to register as a new user to the forum do not use a Yahoo!-account (it doesn’t matter whether your account is registered at the main domain yahoo.com or a country’s subdomain – like yahoo.co.in, yahoo.de, yahoo.fr, etc).
    Opt for another e-mail provider.
  2. If you are already registered with a Yahoo-address:
    • In new posts do not check

      E-mail notification if there has been a reply to this message

      below the message area.
    • Do not subscribe threads

      [image] Subscribe thread

    • If you have set in your profile that you may be contacted by other members ([image] is shown next to you name)
      • either opt out or
      • change your e-mail address:
        Click your user name and scroll down. [image] Edit User data
        In the next window, second line click [ Change e-mail address ]
THX for understanding.

Cheers,
Helmut Schütz
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jag009
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2014-02-14 23:10

@ Helmut
Posting: # 12431
Views: 8,932
 

 Yahoo! ✉

Hmm... Strange. Yahoo works for me so far (your last 2 emails to me).

John
Helmut
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2014-02-15 01:23

@ jag009
Posting: # 12432
Views: 8,916
 

 Yahoo! ✉

Hi John,

seems that e-mails sent with my client pass Let’s see. I checked the notification box in your post.

Cheers,
Helmut Schütz
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