OT Yahoo mail Question


L

LouB

Char said:
Good, I take that to mean that I'm grandfathered then. I don't intend
to pay and they haven't asked, so I'll let sleeping dogs lie.
What country are you in?
 
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C

Char Jackson

Nope, requires Yahoo Mail Plus for POP connection.
Follow-up: I did some light reading over at yahoo.com and it appears
that you're right, which means I need to shut up or risk losing my
free POP email access...
 
J

Jim

Char said:
Follow-up: I did some light reading over at yahoo.com and it appears
that you're right, which means I need to shut up or risk losing my
free POP email access...
Char,
Access your Yahoo mail via a browser then go into your account option
and look for payment option and see if anything is there.

They auto renew and it's only $20 a year for charter members.

I have been using Yahoo since the 90s and they sent this out in 2002

"Hello,

Important service announcement regarding your POP3 or Mail Forwarding
service. Please read on.


Effective April 24, 2002, Yahoo! Mail will no longer provide free POP3
Access or Auto Mail Forwarding to Yahoo! Delivers subscribers.

If you would like to continue using Mail Forwarding or POP3 Access,
please subscribe to our improved package that allows you to:

Use Outlook, Eudora, or another POP3 client to access and manage your
Yahoo! Mail.
Automatically forward your Yahoo! Mail to another email account -- even
another Yahoo! address!
Send larger attachments, now up to 5MB instead of the free 1.5MB limit.
Send email without the Yahoo! promotional text at the bottom.*

Sign up today and SAVE 33%


Subscribe before April 24th and get the first year of service for just
$19.99. That's 33% off the regular service fee of $29.99.

Remember, if you do not subscribe by April 24, 2002, you will no longer
be able to access your Yahoo! Mail messages by POP or at another email
address.


Sincerely,
The Yahoo! Mail Team

For further information, please read our frequently asked questions.
Please note that your Yahoo! Delivers settings will not be affected.

*Applies only to email sent through the Yahoo! SMTP servers.


Jim
 
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X

XS11E

Char Jackson said:
Follow-up: I did some light reading over at yahoo.com and it appears
that you're right, which means I need to shut up or risk losing my
free POP email access...
You've got away with it this long, I think you're safe!
 

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