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Email problems with internet explorer


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I cannot log into my Yahoo email account. I can log into my yahoo home page but when I try to go to my email, I receive the dreaded.......... "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" message. I thought maybe yahoo was down temporarily for maintenance, but my wife and friends are having no problems using their yahoo mail. I've made sure all my settings are correct, I have the latest internet exlorer (7), I just cannot sign in. My username and password are correct. I have extremely important mail I NEED to retreive. Can anyone help? Any suggestions? I tried Yahoo help but their help system is useless. Someone, please HELP :) !
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Does the problem manifest when attempting the page with other browsers?
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No doc, only with internet explorer. Any idea why it is doing this? Thanks! :)
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I stopped using IE back when it was still 6. I'm sure that some IE power user will be along. Until then, use Opera or Firefox to do your mail,eh?

BTW, I never liked Firefox, but I found Opera to be terrific. It is so customizible
and quick. It gives me all the stuff I liked about IE without all the headaches.
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