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Thu, Jun 23, 2022 12:22 AM
Since Wednesday, June 15, emails on yahoo are not sending. AT&T is internet provider.
ACE - Guru
I wish you would have provided some details so we could help you more quickly.
How are you accessing your email, with a web browser and logging in at www.currently.com?
Or are you using an email client on a computer like Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail?
Or are you on a mobile device, and if so, what email app are you using?
When you compose an email and hit Send, what happens? Do you get an error, and if so, what is the exact error message?
I am using an HP 2000 laptop and signing in on at&T to get to my
yahoo email. After contacting AT & T last week, all seemed well.
Today only half of my email was sent. Error message:
"Cannot send email." I am at a loss as to how to fix this issue!
Since you are logged in directly to the Yahoo servers, there's really nothing on your end that can affect that. It's not your computer or your browser or you connection, it's Yahoo.
This is just another of the 7 or 8 major issues affecting Yahoo Mail right now. All you can do is wait it out and hope they get their act together. Well, or switch to another email provider.
As of this morning, only about 1/2 of my email was sent. The message error was
Email Not Sent on yahoo. I am thinking it is a connectivity issue unless someone has another idea.
In your other thread that I closed, you mentioned having the same issue with Microsoft email. Are you also doing that email online with a browser or using an email client on your laptop?
About a year ago anAT & T tech member suggested going through Microsoft Edge to www.curently att to log in to AT & T then accessing Yahoo email.
When attemtping Microsft Outlook I signed on directly through Microsoft Edge.
Either way, the entire process seems convuluted.
Ok, it doesn't matter if you use Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or some other browser. For Yahoo/AT&T email accounts, use one of them to go to currently.com to log in.
Now, if you are using one of those browsers and going to Outlook.com for doing those emails, that's a totally different email provider and doesn't have any connection with the Yahoo/AT&T mail. So problems at Yahoo have no effect on what happens with the Outlook.com mail.
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