Sudden problem with Yahoo mail

Since late yesterday, I am unable to navigate through my messages on 
Yahoo mail with SeaMonkey. I can get to the inbox, but when I click on a 
new message to open it, nothing happens. If I try to change directories, 
that doesn't work either. Using IE to access my account, it works OK.

It looks like Yahoo has changed something again without checking for 
compatibility with non-IE browsers.

John
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Hartmut Figge wrote:

> notme@nonospam.org:
>
>> Q: What's the quickest way to get a mailbox full of spam?
>> A: Post a message in any newsgroup using a real email address.
>
> Not much spam here despite of using the same real email address since
> many years. In many newsgroups.
>
> Follwoup-To .general

Why would you ignore the OP's message body and reply only to his sig?

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--
Paul B. Gallagher

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Paul
4/12/2014 1:01:01 AM
notme@nonospam.org:

>Q: What's the quickest way to get a mailbox full of spam?
>A: Post a message in any newsgroup using a real email address.

Not much spam here despite of using the same real email address since
many years. In many newsgroups.

Follwoup-To .general

Hartmut
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Hartmut
4/12/2014 1:01:01 AM
On 4/13/14 4:49 AM +0900, Chuck wrote:
> Same problem for me. I tried closing out SeaMonkey, figuring that might
> fix the issue.
>
> At the moment I have to use FireFox to check my Yahoo email.

I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought up a 
link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to use 
basic mail" variety. That works just fine.

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Trane
4/12/2014 1:01:01 AM
Paul B. Gallagher:

>Why would you ignore the OP's message body and reply only to his sig?

I do not know anything about Yahoo mail but have an opinion about the
sig. As this has nothing to do with .support, i had set Followup-To
mozilla.general.

Why did you ignore the Followup-To? ;)

Hartmut
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Hartmut
4/12/2014 5:49:16 PM
On Saturday, April 12, 2014 9:07:33 AM UTC-7, no...@nonospam.org wrote:
> Since late yesterday, I am unable to navigate through my messages on 
> 
> Yahoo mail with SeaMonkey.

Same problem her. Further diagnostic information is that Microsoft's EMET reports that "EMET 4.1 detected that the SSL certificate for '*.login.yahoo.com' is not trusted by the rule ' YahooCA' associated with the domain 'login.yahoo.com'"
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Gene
4/12/2014 6:15:21 PM
Same problem for me. I tried closing out SeaMonkey, figuring that might 
fix the issue.

At the moment I have to use FireFox to check my Yahoo email.

notme@nonospam.org wrote:
> Since late yesterday, I am unable to navigate through my messages on
> Yahoo mail with SeaMonkey. I can get to the inbox, but when I click on a
> new message to open it, nothing happens. If I try to change directories,
> that doesn't work either. Using IE to access my account, it works OK.
>
> It looks like Yahoo has changed something again without checking for
> compatibility with non-IE browsers.
>
> John


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Chuck
4/12/2014 7:49:22 PM
Trane Francks wrote:

> I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought up a
> link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to use
> basic mail" variety. That works just fine.
>
Thanks, i'll try that!

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Chuck
4/12/2014 9:48:16 PM
Quote "I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought 
up a link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to 
use basic mail" variety."  The basic mail is ugly, it looks like the 
page formatting is gone.  My Yahoo mail works fine in Firefox.

Quote "See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround."  On my way.
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Joe32065
4/13/2014 1:01:01 AM
notme@nonospam.org wrote:
> Since late yesterday, I am unable to navigate through my messages on
> Yahoo mail with SeaMonkey. I can get to the inbox, but when I click on
> a new message to open it, nothing happens. If I try to change
> directories, that doesn't work either. Using IE to access my account,
> it works OK.
>
> It looks like Yahoo has changed something again without checking for
> compatibility with non-IE browsers.
>
> John

See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=995706

Jim
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Jim
4/13/2014 1:01:01 AM
On 04/13/2014 09:20 AM, JeezLouise wrote:
> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!
>
> I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us direct support?
>
> What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ... what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.
>
>


Using the SeaMonkey 2.24 browser my Yahoo mail won't open or allow me to 
change folders.

Clicking the "Taking too long? Load Basic Mail" link in the bottom right 
hand corner of the page fixes that problem.

You do have to wait awhile for it to appear.
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WaltS48
4/13/2014 1:01:01 AM
I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!

I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us direct support?

What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ... what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.
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4/13/2014 1:20:51 PM

JeezLouise wrote:

> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while
> using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.

IMAP, POP or web access ?

See also :

Gene Fuss wrote:

> Same problem her. Further diagnostic information is that Microsoft's
> EMET reports that "EMET 4.1 detected that the SSL certificate for
> '*.login.yahoo.com' is not trusted by the rule ' YahooCA' associated
> with the domain 'login.yahoo.com'"
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Philip
4/13/2014 1:33:10 PM
JeezLouise wrote:
> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!
>
> I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us direct support?
>
> What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ... what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.
>
>


I access Yahoo email via POP3/SMTP just like other email services.  My 
settings are:

POP3 server: pop.mail.yahoo.com Port: 995
Username: MyName@yahoo,com
Connection Security: SSL/TLS
Authentication Method: Normal Password

SMTP server: smtp.mail.yahoo.com Port: 465
Username: MyName@yahoo.com
Connection Security: SSL/TLS
Authentication Method: Normal Password


Perhaps this would work for you as well and you can give up on their web 
interface.

Dave
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David
4/13/2014 1:37:05 PM
JeezLouise wrote:
> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!
> 
> I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us direct support?
> 
> What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ... what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.

Yahoo redid their Certificate due to the Heartbleed bug.
You can either use non ssl mail or get their new certificate.
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Paul
4/13/2014 3:13:29 PM
Paul wrote:
> JeezLouise wrote:
>> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while 
>> using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does 

Also: I suggest making new passwords for all services related to Yahoo.
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Paul
4/13/2014 3:14:51 PM
On 04/13/2014 11:13 AM, Paul wrote:
> JeezLouise wrote:
>> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while
>> using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does
>> not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use
>> Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use
>> Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!
>>
>> I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into
>> Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us
>> direct support?
>>
>> What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ...
>> what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.
>
> Yahoo redid their Certificate due to the Heartbleed bug.
> You can either use non ssl mail or get their new certificate.


How may one get that new certificate?
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WaltS48
4/13/2014 3:31:39 PM
WaltS48 wrote:
> On 04/13/2014 11:13 AM, Paul wrote:
>> JeezLouise wrote:
>>> I'm having the same problem with my Yahoo email FAILING TO OPEN while
>>> using SeaMonkey 2.25 on 4/12/2014.  Double clicking or waiting does
>>> not help my situation. The same problem occurs if I use IE. If I use
>>> Mozilla 28.0 I am able to access my email. But I don't choose to use
>>> Mozilla ... I want SeaMonkey fixed!
>>>
>>> I'm getting fed up with Yahoo. I understand they want to turn it into
>>> Gmail. If they plan on making so many changes why won't they give us
>>> direct support?
>>>
>>> What options are there for browsers ... Mozilla, SeaMonkey, IE ...
>>> what else. Perhaps I need to use a different browser.
>>
>> Yahoo redid their Certificate due to the Heartbleed bug.
>> You can either use non ssl mail or get their new certificate.
> 
> 
> How may one get that new certificate?

I misspoke. We users don't get the actual certificate, we just access
and confirm the website that uses it. In the past I have had to rename
cert8.db in the Windows Mozilla folder, start SM and then go to the 
website in question.
A new cert8.db was created using the latest certificate info which 
solved the problem.
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Paul
4/13/2014 4:16:15 PM
On 04/13/2014 06:16 PM, Paul wrote:
> WaltS48 wrote:
>> On 04/13/2014 11:13 AM, Paul wrote:

<snip>

>>> Yahoo redid their Certificate due to the Heartbleed bug.
>>> You can either use non ssl mail or get their new certificate.
>>
>> How may one get that new certificate?

You get the cert when accessing the server via SSL/TLS.

> I misspoke. 

Indeed.

> We users don't get the actual certificate, we just access
> and confirm the website that uses it.

Then how do you think your browser can verify the cert if you don't get it?

> In the past I have had to rename
> cert8.db in the Windows Mozilla folder, start SM and then go to the
> website in question.
> A new cert8.db was created using the latest certificate info which
> solved the problem.

That is the troubleshooting procedure in case your certificate store got
corrupted. There is no point deleting cert8.db in order to get a new
cert from Yahoo.

-- 
Christian
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Christian
4/13/2014 4:48:22 PM
Jim Taylor wrote:
> notme@nonospam.org wrote:
>> Since late yesterday, I am unable to navigate through my messages on
>> Yahoo mail with SeaMonkey. I can get to the inbox, but when I click on
>> a new message to open it, nothing happens. If I try to change
>> directories, that doesn't work either. Using IE to access my account,
>> it works OK.
>>
>> It looks like Yahoo has changed something again without checking for
>> compatibility with non-IE browsers.
>>
>> John
>
> See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround.
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=995706
>
> Jim
That worked for me, thanks Jim!

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Chuck
4/13/2014 6:14:30 PM
Christian Riechers wrote:
> On 04/13/2014 06:16 PM, Paul wrote:
>> WaltS48 wrote:
>>> On 04/13/2014 11:13 AM, Paul wrote:
> 
> <snip>
> 
>>>> Yahoo redid their Certificate due to the Heartbleed bug.
>>>> You can either use non ssl mail or get their new certificate.
>>> How may one get that new certificate?
> 
> You get the cert when accessing the server via SSL/TLS.
> 
>> I misspoke. 
> 
> Indeed.
> 
>> We users don't get the actual certificate, we just access
>> and confirm the website that uses it.
> 
> Then how do you think your browser can verify the cert if you don't get it?
> 
>> In the past I have had to rename
>> cert8.db in the Windows Mozilla folder, start SM and then go to the
>> website in question.
>> A new cert8.db was created using the latest certificate info which
>> solved the problem.
> 
> That is the troubleshooting procedure in case your certificate store got
> corrupted. There is no point deleting cert8.db in order to get a new
> cert from Yahoo.

Thank you for the correction.  I learned something new!
It looks like someone posted a SM bug report and fix for this.
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Paul
4/13/2014 7:20:46 PM
On 04/13/2014 02:21 PM, Joe32065 wrote:
> Quote "I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought
> up a link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to
> use basic mail" variety."  The basic mail is ugly, it looks like the
> page formatting is gone.  My Yahoo mail works fine in Firefox.
>
> Quote "See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround."  On my way.


I remembers the time when everyone hated the new mail and wanted to go back.

Now it looks ugly? It functions just as well.
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WaltS48
4/13/2014 10:18:00 PM
WaltS48 wrote:
> On 04/13/2014 02:21 PM, Joe32065 wrote:
>> Quote "I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought
>> up a link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to
>> use basic mail" variety."  The basic mail is ugly, it looks like the
>> page formatting is gone.  My Yahoo mail works fine in Firefox.
>>
>> Quote "See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround."  On my way.
>
>
> I remembers the time when everyone hated the new mail and wanted to go
> back.
>
> Now it looks ugly? It functions just as well.

The basic mail version is NOTHING what the OLD Yahoo mail used to look 
like. The original version was much better than the horrid basic version 
they have today.  I think they make it look like crap to get people to 
switch over to the new version of mail, where it's easier for them to 
display ads.

---
This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active.
http://www.avast.com

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Chuck
4/13/2014 11:33:16 PM
Chuck wrote:
> WaltS48 wrote:
>> On 04/13/2014 02:21 PM, Joe32065 wrote:
>>> Quote "I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message brought
>>> up a link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to
>>> use basic mail" variety."  The basic mail is ugly, it looks like the
>>> page formatting is gone.  My Yahoo mail works fine in Firefox.
>>>
>>> Quote "See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround."  On my way.
>>
>>
>> I remembers the time when everyone hated the new mail and wanted to go
>> back.
>>
>> Now it looks ugly? It functions just as well.
>
> The basic mail version is NOTHING what the OLD Yahoo mail used to look
> like. The original version was much better than the horrid basic version
> they have today.  I think they make it look like crap to get people to
> switch over to the new version of mail, where it's easier for them to
> display ads.
>
> ---
> This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus
> protection is active.
> http://www.avast.com
>

I have a yahoo account and never use it.  Friends do use it all the time 
and they are freaking out with the problems with Yahoo.  I keep 
encouraging them to change to:

-  some other provider
-  Yahoo via POP/IMAP in SeaMonkey Mail

At any rate, stop using the Web/browser-based mail.

Marissa Mayer is very cute but her company is a total (as the Brits say) 
cock-up.  Wouldn't touch that Web site with a four-foot Italian.



-- 
Ed Mullen
http://edmullen.net/
Don't bother me. I'm living happily ever after.
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Ed
4/14/2014 12:54:09 AM
A different user on the Yahoo Mail Support Community forum reports:
We all have the same problem, I'm pretty sure, I get the following error wh=
ich prevents the JavaScript code from working on most of the page... Nothin=
g works after this error and that means messages are not accessible nor mos=
t of the functions to work on the messages and folders.=20

 NS_ERROR_XPC_JS_THREW_STRING: 'Permission denied to add https://us-mg6.mai=
l.yahoo.com/neo/launch?action=3Dcompose&To=3D%s as a protocol handler' when=
 calling method: [nsIWebContentHandlerRegistrar::register...=20


 ...Yahoo!");}C.fire("ws:initLoad");C.ma...
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Gene
4/14/2014 1:01:01 AM
Another user on the Yahoo mail community support forum posted:

2) if you try to access yahoo mail and notice that your buttons (delete , s=
pam , etc) are missing , the problem is that the page is simply not fully l=
oading....you can wait if you like , but the page won't finish loading....a=
fter a while (usually 30 seconds to a minute) you SHOULD have a very small =
box pop up in the lower right corner ....it reads : "taking too long ? load=
 basic mail".....the "load basic mail" is actually a link to do just that..=
...once in the basic no-frills version , you can read your mail , delete , a=
ccess your folders , compose mail , etc....unfortunately , this basic versi=
on IS still the stripped down version yahoo stuck us with last year - thus =
if you are reading an e-mail and click delete , you are returned to the inb=
ox instead of the next message....it really sucks , but it beats not being =
able to do anything with your mail....=20
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Gene
4/14/2014 1:01:01 AM
Ed Mullen wrote:
> Chuck wrote:
>> WaltS48 wrote:
>>> On 04/13/2014 02:21 PM, Joe32065 wrote:
>>>> Quote "I initially had the problem. Double-clicking on a message
>>>> brought
>>>> up a link, after a moment or so, of a "taking too long? Click here to
>>>> use basic mail" variety."  The basic mail is ugly, it looks like the
>>>> page formatting is gone.  My Yahoo mail works fine in Firefox.
>>>>
>>>> Quote "See bug 995706 comment 6 for a workaround."  On my way.
>>>
>>>
>>> I remembers the time when everyone hated the new mail and wanted to go
>>> back.
>>>
>>> Now it looks ugly? It functions just as well.
>>
>> The basic mail version is NOTHING what the OLD Yahoo mail used to look
>> like. The original version was much better than the horrid basic version
>> they have today.  I think they make it look like crap to get people to
>> switch over to the new version of mail, where it's easier for them to
>> display ads.
>>
>> ---
>> This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus
>> protection is active.
>> http://www.avast.com
>>
>
> I have a yahoo account and never use it.  Friends do use it all the time
> and they are freaking out with the problems with Yahoo.  I keep
> encouraging them to change to:
>
> -  some other provider
> -  Yahoo via POP/IMAP in SeaMonkey Mail
>
> At any rate, stop using the Web/browser-based mail.
>
> Marissa Mayer is very cute but her company is a total (as the Brits say)
> cock-up.  Wouldn't touch that Web site with a four-foot Italian.

they likely don't even care if a web browser like SM doesn't work... the 
"Yahoo App"  for mobile phones is likely their only concern.

GW

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Geoff
4/14/2014 1:01:01 AM
The Google Chrome browser is not affected by this problem.  I can do all the email functions successfully in Chrome.

My Seamonkey 2.25 doesn't even show the Delete, Move, etc. buttons.
My IE11 allows me to read emails but won't let me move them.
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Gene
4/14/2014 11:57:41 AM
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Name: Marc Email: snarryatyahoodotcom Product: Firefox Summary: yahoo mail problem. Comments: Hello i love this new platform just leaving a feedback not sure if you might have the issue raised from someone else. when opening yahoo mail i get two pop ups. Thanks 1:Yahoo! Mail experienced a login error: name:NS_ERROR_DOM_WRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR message:Node cannot be used in a document other than the one in which it was created lineNumber:463 2: Yahoo! Mail experienced a login error: Login error: name:TypeError message:j is null lineNumber:648 fileName:http://mail.yi...

Yahoo Mail problems.
Name: stevie Bird Email: stevieatlovesmoothiesdotes Product: Firefox Summary: Yahoo Mail problems. Comments: I have noticed frequent problems with loading Yahoo business mail with Firefox installed on a Pc running Vista Home premium. This is a new problem. I do not get this problem using Firefox on my Mac. Yahoo mail loads as my HomePage. But when I try and switch to Yahoo business Mail I get a Page not found message. On my Mac I do not eperience this. I have used Firefox on this PC with Vists Home Premium for a year without this problem which seemed to start some wee...

Problems with my yahoo mail
Name: Doro Email: nochesborealesatyahoodotes Product: Firefox Summary: Problems with my yahoo mail Comments: If i use your Firefox 3 beta 2, I have problems with my yahoo mail, when i had never haven't yet... Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; es-ES; rv:1.9b2) Gecko/2007121120 Firefox/3.0b2 ...

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