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can't connect to yahoo mail

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by indigolace, Jan 12, 2011.

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  1. indigolace

    indigolace Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I am able to browse the internet without too much problems, however, if I try to access a yahoo page like mail.yahoo.com.au it takes ages thinking about loading the then says that IE can't display the webpage, like when you have internet connection probelms. If I diagnose the problem it comes back saying can't detect any problems. I have looked at a few forum threads and either I don't understand what is being spoken about or the solutions haven't worked for me. I've tried putting it as a trusted site, deleting cookies and temp files. What else can I do?

    Hope someone can help,

    thanks
     
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    indigolace Thread Starter

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    Just thought that I would add some info. I thought that the problem might have been with the settings on the computer, however I just tried it on my laptop and have the same problem, so it must be with the internet settings. Apparently it was working fine until after there was a blackout here.
     
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    Have reset everything with the wireless and it all seems to be working now.
     
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