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I'm having problems with my emails. Someone at Yahoo tech support said that my ip address has been compromised.
When I go to write a new email as I'm typing in the new address, addresses from my directory appear in a blue highlighted background but they do not disappear once the letters of the new typed address are different. Those old addresses remain imbedded on the new email page even as I type in the message.
Also now when I click on an email in my "inbox" the email directly above the clicked one opens.
 
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I've been unable to open my yahoo email for a week. I paid a tech $100 that I couldn't really afford (took it out of my grocery money) to fix the problem. They worked on my laptop for 5 hours and it still doesn't work. The only way I could open any mail was through a temporary site, someone on here had posted. I'm 72 live alone and my email and fb are the only way I have to commute with family.
 
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