Yahoo email --can't get in and no support response

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I need to know if anyone knows what is going on with Yahoo email or if they know a better way of getting hold of their support. I've already sent 3 support forms in and NO RESPONSE. I have tried to open my Yahoo email since 11:30 yesterday and I get the message that I have copied following my message here. I haven't changed any settings on my browsers or computer. I have tried it on different browsers (FlashPeak Slimbrowser and IE) and I tried rebooting and nothing has worked. I don't have any trouble accessing other web pages on the same laptop. I can go to MY Yahoo page without any trouble and it shows that I do have 24 messages in my inbox but I can't open the link to get to them. I even tried clicking on Sign Out, but I get the same message. It is sooooo frustrating! My opsys is WinXP. I haven't done anything unusual in the last day or two that I can remember. I really need to get into that email account! My backup email is [email protected].

Thanks!!!

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Delete any Yahoo cookies

then get to mail from the Main Yahoo screen and establish a new bookmakr
 
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