I'm not going.
All that link did is screw up my email.
No, I don't want to sign in to yahoo!
Aaron, can you post a screen capture of the message?
It's a different advertisement each time one selects the above link. Not sure of the point ??? W
I would say his account has been hacked or Yahoo has been hacked or something.
I've been trying to access my Yahoo email account since 9:00 pm. Pacific time yesterday with no luck. Keep getting "Temporary Error 14". My wife has been getting the same thing.
My Yahoo email account got hacked about three weeks ago. I think it's time to dump Yahoo email.
I dumped Yay-hoo and Goofle software years ago. I wouldn't run that crap on my toaster. Everything is blocked except Google search but I normally use Bing.
Yeah. Those idiots at yahoo are at it again. Personally. I don't like being lied to by idiots. I don't like being told over and over again that I can have my email the way I want it. Then being told I cannot have it how I want it because they have this wonderful. glitzy, hideous looking mess that is difficult to read, does not fit my computer screen, and I have to figure out all over again how to work anything because they changed EVERYTHING!
They also have several places where I can ask for help, leave feedback, etc. They only problem is, in order to ask for help, or leave any sort of feedback, you must first check the "agree to (new) user agreement" box. And if you read those agreements? By checking the box, you have given up any right to want what you want and given them the right to do whatever they want. Read them. I have.
I have had my one email address through yahoo for about fifteen years. It has been published in dozens of club rosters. Since I have moved and otherwise am no longer where I was, it is the only way for hundreds of people I have known and/or worked with over the years to easily get hold of me if they want to.
I honestly believe it is yahoo's desire to not honor the lifelong email addresses they promised years ago. I believe they do these things to force people to leave. I am torn between keeping the address I have and want? Or dump them for spite and move on. Suffer relatively minor losses of someone I haven't heard from in years? Or be a thorn in their side?
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
I think Facebook is the best tool to reach people you've lost touch with nowadays. Find another e-mail provider and send a note to all your e-mail contacts you're changing e-mail - they'll find you if they really want to
I've had good luck with free email service without hassle by hotmail since 1998 or so, but that may change in the future..
Since Aaron has not responded I am guessing this was a Pfishing attack unknown to Aaron. Chris should look into this.
I am still a member of several Yahoo groups but they have RUINED them lately.
The Planet Jr forum for my old 2 wheel tractors, I cant use the thing.So slow to load, no unique graphics like we had before. It is just a spam dump now.
I honestly think the day is coming shortly that you will have to provide a credit card number to use alot of sites as advertising is not enough to make the stock holders happy.
Facebook is the work of the devil himself in my humble opinion. I am a board member at the local fire department and a problem we had that should have stayed in the boardroom got scattered from here to God knows where and it became a big mess for everyone involved. If facebook is ever the last website standing, I will be gone from the net.
Looks like the link takes you into my email?
I just found that out.
My email works ok though.
I highlighted a link from my email about a big car show in St. Paul and posted the URL on the T site, or at least I thought that's what I was doing.
The Yaboo email has been really hissing me poff the last few months. I do a lot of business from my email so I hate to change it.
I also have a Gmail account but it has gotten too difficult to use. I just can't figure out how to do a lot of things from it.
Which car show in St. Paul, and when?
Here it is