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Yahoo

Post by Alle » Mon, 07 Jul 2003 08:58:14


for some reason all of a sudden i can access any thing
that has to do with yahoo. i would appreciate any
suggestions. i run windows xp
 
 
 

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Post by Vanguar » Mon, 07 Jul 2003 13:49:32

Not much to go on since you don't detail what happens when you are denied
access or what errors you are reporting that you call denial of access. Can
you open your browser to http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ? Can you open your browser to
http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ? Can you enter your username and password and login?
If you are getting automatically logged in (because you chose to save their
cookie), have you tried signing out, then signing out *completely* (to sign
in as a different user), and then try re-logging back in.

Your description is like someone coming into a car shop and saying their car
don't work. More details on what doesn't work and what happens when you try
to use it would be helpful and actually mandatory if you want to get any
assistance with your difficulty.


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Post by Bill » Tue, 30 Sep 2003 10:36:25

Can free Yahoo email be retrieved and sent using Outlook
Express? I have multiple accounts and don't want to buy
the POP3 addition for all of them.
 
 
 

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Post by MR » Tue, 30 Sep 2003 11:43:03

Hi- No you have to purchace the pop from Yahoo- I thought
it was free too but was informed it was not-I dont recall
(I too have yahoo) but I think its like $9.95 a year.
then they'll give you the pop info to get it going-If you
do some digging on that site, youll get the info you need-
good luck
 
 
 

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Post by Vanguar » Tue, 30 Sep 2003 17:09:34

Get YahooPOPs. It runs as a local proxy. It is an HTTP-to-POP3
protocol converter. Hotmail Popper does the same thing for Hotmail. It
allows any POP3 e-mail client to yank e-mails from the webmail provider
so, yes, Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape Mail, or any other
POP3 e-mail client will work with it. YahooPOPs is free. You don't
need to pay Yahoo for their POP3 service. Since YahooPops (and Hotmail
Popper) provide a POP3 interface on the client side, you can also insert
other proxies that work with POP3 e-mail, like anti-spam software. For
example, I have Outlook go through SpamPal which goes through YahooPOPs
to get my Yahoo e-mails.

YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper will also let you send outbound e-mails
through Yahoo and Hotmail just as if you sent it using their webmail
interface. However, as with any e-mails you send using their webmail
interface, you get stuck with their promotional spam signature appended
to the end of your e-mails. So I don't bother using the SMTP portion of
YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper (YahooPOPs lets you enable/disable its SMTP
server while Hotmail Popper has it always enabled). Instead I have my
outbound e-mails sent through my ISP's SMTP server. My configuration
looks like:

For Yahoo accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 7110) YahooPOPs
<--- (HTTP) Yahoo
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

For Hotmail accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 8110) Hotmail
Popper <--- (HTTP) Hotmail
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

For regular accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 110) ISP POP3
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

If you drop out SpamPal, you can use the standard port number 110 for
YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper. YahooPOPs, Hotmail Popper, and SpamPal
are all free. No banners, no nagware, no crippleware, no demoware, no
expiring trialware.
 
 
 

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Post by R1ZU » Thu, 11 Dec 2003 11:51:07

Hello,

I new this email stuff, so how exactly do I install the yahoo popper?



Get YahooPOPs. It runs as a local proxy. It is an HTTP-to-POP3
protocol converter. Hotmail Popper does the same thing for Hotmail. It
allows any POP3 e-mail client to yank e-mails from the webmail provider
so, yes, Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape Mail, or any other
POP3 e-mail client will work with it. YahooPOPs is free. You don't
need to pay Yahoo for their POP3 service. Since YahooPops (and Hotmail
Popper) provide a POP3 interface on the client side, you can also insert
other proxies that work with POP3 e-mail, like anti-spam software. For
example, I have Outlook go through SpamPal which goes through YahooPOPs
to get my Yahoo e-mails.

YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper will also let you send outbound e-mails
through Yahoo and Hotmail just as if you sent it using their webmail
interface. However, as with any e-mails you send using their webmail
interface, you get stuck with their promotional spam signature appended
to the end of your e-mails. So I don't bother using the SMTP portion of
YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper (YahooPOPs lets you enable/disable its SMTP
server while Hotmail Popper has it always enabled). Instead I have my
outbound e-mails sent through my ISP's SMTP server. My configuration
looks like:

For Yahoo accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 7110) YahooPOPs
<--- (HTTP) Yahoo
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

For Hotmail accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 8110) Hotmail
Popper <--- (HTTP) Hotmail
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

For regular accounts:
Receive: Outlook <--- (port 110) SpamPal <--- (port 110) ISP POP3
Send: Outlook ---> (port 25) ISP SMTP

If you drop out SpamPal, you can use the standard port number 110 for
YahooPOPs and Hotmail Popper. YahooPOPs, Hotmail Popper, and SpamPal
are all free. No banners, no nagware, no crippleware, no demoware, no
expiring trialware.

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> Can free Yahoo email be retrieved and sent using Outlook
> Express? I have multiple accounts and don't want to buy
> the POP3 addition for all of them.


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Post by sym » Sat, 13 Dec 2003 05:16:51

How do you get the computer to tell you that you have mail
on Yahoo? Thanks
 
 
 

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Post by Michael Sa » Sat, 13 Dec 2003 12:04:08

How to configure POP3 email client to send and receive Yahoo Mail
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Errors Receiving Yahoo Mail via POP3 email client
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Errors Sending Yahoo Mail via SMTP email client
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
YahooPOPs
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


Mike - http://www.yqcomputer.com/