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Hotmail A free Hotmail account becomes inactive if you do not sign in for 30 days, or within the first 10 days after signing up for an account. Once an account becomes inactive, all messages, folders, and contacts are deleted, but the account name is still reserved. If the account stays inactive for a further 90 days, it is permanently deleted. ...


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Login to Facebook with your old credentials Go to account settings, click Edit in Email section Add another e-mail (confirm with password) Receive validation e-mail, click link they've sent you Go back to Email settings, set your new email as primary After you log out, next time you log in use the new e-mail. You can even remove the old e-mail from your ...


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There have been requests for this feature, see e.g. Gmail: "Send Later" Option, but Google doesn't support such a feature. However this blog suggests using an extension called Boomerang.


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See this question on Yahoo Answers. TLDR: You have to delete your questions and answers separately.


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Yes, you can create a Google account with your Yahoo email address—or any other email address, for that matter—if you follow this link: https://accounts.google.com/NewAccount. Just to make things clearer because your question mixes some issues that might lead to confusion: If you want to sign up for Google Plus with a Yahoo email address and you already ...


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You need to put a contact on your Ignore List first, otherwise they can still see you when you are online and send you a message, because your ID is still on their Messenger list. Here's what to do: Right click on their icon Scroll down to stealth settings Change them to appear permanently offline. Then click on messenger (top left on the messenger ...


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There doesn't seem to be a way to do the equivalent on Yahoo, but there is a way to make it so you don't get mail to your Yahoo Email address. This is what I did: Create the Yahoo Account using one of their domains (e.g. @yahoo.com). During the account creation, set your Alternate Email account to your real email address. (Alternatively, go to your ...


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Go to: http://pulse.yahoo.com/ and click "Profile" on the left-hand side navigation. It will bring up your Yahoo! Profile page. In the upper right-hand corner, there is some small text that says Member since: ab/cd/efgh.


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I'm pretty sure it's not possible to do it using the native Gmail client. You could achieve this using a third party client like Adium (on Mac) or Pidgin (on Mac or Windows). There is also this tutorial that explains how to import your contacts via PSI messenger, but I find it rather cumbersome.


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I think I've found a solution - Yahoo! changed the turn off option from search box (question mark). You must go to the bottom of left menu (folders, etc.) and click settings icon of Applications and then find the Shortcut app and remove it. More information here


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While it not natively support, you can use Google Scripts to know if your message has been read. Basically the script embeds the Google Analytics tracking code in your outgoing messages and logs a event in your Analytics dashboard when the recipient opens the email. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T_EqwQnZY0


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Contact Yahoo! Customer Care and supply as much detail as possible regarding the problem. You can either fill in the help form or directly phone them. If you're going to use the form, don't forget to select "My account has been hacked" under the subject part.


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If you give your account's password to another person that means all your accounts information is visible to him and accessible by him. No matter what kind of service you activate by paying money or free. They all will rely on your password and if person knows your password then no one can stop him by cracking your stuff. Why don't you change the password ...


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As I know, You need to delete them from "Contacts" tab in your Yahoo mail. Check the box next to each contact that you want to delete. The right side of the page lists several options. Click the Delete option, and then confirm the deletion. The names are moved to your Deleted Contacts where you can restore them if you like. See How Do I ...


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One obvious thing comes into my mind: the signature images are linked and not attached, so they need to be present on a public URL. They could of course let you upload and host it somewhere, but it's understandable that introducing such service alongside existing image sharing is not absolutely necessary.


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So it turns out that the answer was right under my nose and does not involve any deceit or hacking. Yahoo! provides an option for creating an account without a cellphone, but it isn't via the "Create Account" button. On the sign-in page, there are a few options: If you click the "Facebook" or "Google" button, you can sign in to Yahoo! using a Facebook or ...


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yahoo doesn't allow you to do this. Gmail for example allows you to use the Gmail interface to use your existing e-mail setup, accessing it via POP or IMAP. Yahoo doesn't have that offering.


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You cannot disable this feature of replying in Yahoo! Mail. Best you can do is highlight all of the text and delete it.


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If you have an associated @yahoo.com or @yahoo.co.uk email address and can remember what it is you can go through the password reset process for the mail account, then once signed in on that email account you might get access to the Flickr account. There's a reset wizard at https://edit.yahoo.com/forgotroot Select "forgot password". Enter ID and capcha. ...


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A (relatively) new service has come up to do this for Gmail and Yahoo! Mail: Momentomail. (Lifehacker review)


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See this Google article : "Migrate to Gmail from Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail". This describes utilities that Google had developed for fetching mail and contacts.


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As of March 2011, I don't think Yahoo implement the functionality you are asking for. If you are concerned about security then the only thing I can recommend is: Reduce the amount of time Yahoo keeps you signed in for to a day. Implement the Sign-In Seal Set your default Location and periodically check it to see if anyone has logged in to your account ...


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According to Yahoo! Help: How to use Yahoo! Mail to access your Yahoo! Messenger 11 Conversation History Archives Sign in to Yahoo! Mail. Go to the "Search Mail" box in the Yahoo! Mail page. Enter the Yahoo! ID, Name, or string of the conversation that you would like to find in the "Search Mail" box and click Go. The results will be listed in ...


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From here: How to recover your Hacked Yahoo! Account: “To be able to reset your hacked yahoo password just send a mail to Yahoo Security Department – account-security-help@cc.yahoo-inc.com. always remember to be polite in contacting them, tell the whole story, don’t blame them for your hacked account, tell them when is the last time you ...


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Since that's kind of hard to do without threatening legal action against Yahoo or a similar tactic, I'll just go over some of the more common ways that accounts are hijacked: The hacker installed malware on your computer, and it captured your password or a session cookie and went along and tried to change your password or something. The hacker created a ...


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I shall not say anything, just refer to the screenshots below and make your way through: Click on Sign in to Connect


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First step, if you haven't already, is to click the "forgot password?" link right below the password field on the Delicious sign-in form. A password reset link, along with a reminder of your username, will be sent to the email address associated with your account. If you don't get the password reset email, be sure to check your spam filter to make ...



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