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Interesting, like my UK friend I have a free account and have POP and
Forwared access (working here for me now). However here's the help text
from the mail options page on Forwarding:<br>
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Yes! Yahoo! Mail users can read their Yahoo! Mail messages in Netscape,
Eudora, or Outlook by <a
to the Yahoo! Mail Plus service</a>. This service allows you to use
Outlook, Eudora, or another POP3 client to access and manage your
Yahoo! Mail and also includes the ability to:
<li>Automatically forward your Yahoo! Mail to another email
account -- even another Yahoo! address.<img
src="cid:firstname.lastname@example.org" height="11" width="28">
<li>Send messages up to 10MB in size
<li>Send email without the Yahoo! promotional text at the
bottom. <img src="cid:email@example.com" height="11"
<p>Once you have subscribed, you're ready to set up your Yahoo!
Mail account to read your messages in an email program. Click "Mail
Options," choose "<a
Access & Forwarding</a>," and follow the directions.
Even though my address is a @yahoo.com.au I access my mail through
yahoo.com (not yahoo.com.au) so it looks like we may have got in before
they made it a chargeable service :-)<br>
ZIYAD A. M. AL-BATLY wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Sat, 2005-06-04 at 21:17 +0100, Sam Tygier wrote:
<pre wrap="">mine is definatly a free (as in beer) account. they occationally send
me adverts though. i use the account for pop and smtp, and occation
the webbased if i am on another computer.
a look at the heads of this mail should show thats it has gone through
the yahoo smtp
<pre wrap=""><!---->Thanks for informing us. Maybe it's because you're using “.co.uk”
services and not the normal “.com”?
Because, as far as I know, me and all my friends who have *free*
“Yahoo!” accounts can't use the SMTP/POP services, and we always have
advertisements! You're lucky!
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Kind Regards Russell
<a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="http://www.windsorcycles.com.au">www.windsorcycles.com.au</a>
Linux user #369094