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Solved: Is UK yahoo down, or is fault at my end?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Hopey, Jul 23, 2006.

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  1. Hopey

    Hopey Thread Starter

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    I haven't been able to access my mail on yahoo.co.uk for the past few hours (I'm on the uk mail server so this may not effect U.S.). It times out saying "Connection has timed out, server at uk.yahoo.com is taking too long to respond."

    I cannot even log in on the yahoo.co.uk site. I can log in on yahoo.com, but it doesnt let me access my mail (possibly because my mail is on UK server?).

    Is anyone else having these problems?

    Regards
     
  2. 104456

    104456

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    Yep same issue collecting mail remotely may be a server problem.
     
  3. Lilly47

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    yes,i'm having the same problem and from what i've seen on various websites,a lot of people from the UK are experiencing difficulties with both Yahoo mail and Yahoo IM.

    Someone on another site contacted BT broadband and were told yahoo are experiencing problems with thier servers and are working to restore the service. So hopefully it'll soon be fixed.
     
  4. Hopey

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    Ok, cheers for replies. :)
     
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