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Topic # 110652 13-Oct-2012 11:31 Send private message

Yesterday my Yahoo mail stopped on my Telecom S3.

Have deleted the account many times,  rebooted, set it up automatically (just email address and password) as well as manually using a variety of settings for POP/ and Ports x google.

Same result - get a picture of my email as of Thursday evening.  Yahoo working on computer ok. gmail working on S3 ok.

I would prefer not loading the yahoo mail app (Had poor reviews)  or forwarding my yahoo mail to gmail (I use  the yahoo account for private mail and Gmail for business mail).

Was happy with the way the std mail app on the S3 server Yahoo.

Thoughts and suggestions?



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  Reply # 708699 29-Oct-2012 21:02 Send private message

Thanks for the responses.

Have got used to the Yahoo Mail app, and must admit it is better than the native S3 mail client for Yahoo.

No issues since install.

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