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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by brindle, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. brindle

    brindle Thread Starter

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    I have yahoo as my home page and love it for the options. I hate (strong word for me) it though because I always have to re-log on...if I check my OE mail I have to log on again, if I visit more than two web sites I have to log on again...etc. and the cowards don't provide you a way to contact them. sorry this is a bit** thread but I am real sick of this continual log in crap.
    Is anyone else feed up with Yahoo as their home page?
     
  2. suzi

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    Brindle,

    I have myyahoo as my home page also but I never have to log in unless my daughter comes over and logs in to check her email.

    When you log in, do you check the "remember by ID and password" option?

    And do you have cookies enabled? If not, that's the problem.

    You could also try deleting your temporary internet files, (not cookies) and see if that helps.
     
  3. Deke40

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    Go to Control Panel/Internet Options/Advanced/ and uncheck "Empty Temporary Files Folder when browser is closed and see if that helps.

    A permanent solution is leave it checked and go in an delete all your cookies in Internet Options/General/Settings/View Files. Then go to all your sites that require cookies to sign on the look again and weed out what doesn't pertain to these sites then go to File/Import and Export and export your cookies to Documents and then you be able to import them back when you need them.

    I delete mine out about once a week then bring my main ones back. I know this sounds tedious but it works.

    Bt the way try this number: 1-408-349-3300. It took me about an hour on their site to find this when I was trying to unregister from their mail and Yahoo Companion.
     
  4. angelize56

    angelize56 Always remembered in our hearts

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    Not to be wishy-washy but a more decent thread title would have been more appropriate and made your point just the same. Take care. angel :)
     
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