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OE/Sending a WORD document via my Yahoo email account?


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Before I moved and dropped my Comcast cable ISP account I was able to send a Word document via email by clicking File/Send and inserting an email address. The document was sent via my Outlook Express from my Comcast email address.

How do I go about making my new email address, say <<mememe@yahoo.com>> the new default setting in OE?

Thanks.
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In order to use Outlook Express to send and receive email via Yahoo!, I believe you need their "Yahoo! Mail Plus" ($19.99/year).

http://help.yahoo.co...uibIq26Ti2HqpIQ

http://mailplus.mail.../antivirus/free
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Ha! I didn't know that. Thanks.
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No problem. :)
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Not meaning to boast, but if you have an account that's old enough you can still do it for free. I can get full Yahoo POP3 receive and send and I paid nothing for it.
Of course I did open the account back in 1999 and when Yahoo decided to start charging for it, it was stated at the time existing accounts will continue to be able to POP3 with them. Nothing more was ever said and true to Yahoo's word, I still can.
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