How do I access my Yahoo mail?

Amos Gagobuswe

i cant access my yahoo mail and google,outlook is working.

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Still having problems? What kind of errors are you seeing?

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You might want to check your internet connection, especially if Yahoo and Google are both down. An internet outage wouldn't affect Outlook from running (though you might not be able to get mail).

Try resetting your router/cable modem/etc. and then seeing if that helps. If it doesn't and you can't connect to any sites then I suggest getting a hold of your internet provider and seeing if there's an outage somewhere that is stopping you.

Good luck, I hope you get it fixed.

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