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To: My hearts in London - Everett
I have had NoScript for a long time and I like it. You may need to control it by clicking on the "S" at the icon at the bottom right of your screen and go to the "Options" menu. You can include Yahoo.com in your "whitelist" (assuming you access your mail in Firefox through the Yahoo Mail website). Another option would be to use Thunderbird (also a Mozilla product) as your mail client and use Yahoo's email client settings by adding the WebMail extension found here:

http://webmail.mozdev.org/index.html

29 posted on 06/12/2008 7:09:22 PM PDT by andy58-in-nh (Peace is Not The Question.)
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To: andy58-in-nh

I have FireFox-2 with Windows Vista, and to access Options, I click on Tools (near File, Edit and View on the tool bar). I don’t have an ‘S’ icon at the lower right.


30 posted on 06/12/2008 7:18:34 PM PDT by ETL
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To: andy58-in-nh

I was getting the hang of how it worked but it seemed that no matter what I tried, it kept blocking me from my mail! I OK’d Yahoo.com and it still wouldn’t let me in. Just before I uninstalled the NoScript I found I could access mail under Yahoo! on the Toolbar between Bookmarks and Tools, but not by clicking on Yahoo Mail under the Bookmarks column. Very weird.


32 posted on 06/12/2008 7:19:27 PM PDT by My hearts in London - Everett ( I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe!)
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To: andy58-in-nh
Another option would be to use Thunderbird (also a Mozilla product) as your mail client and use Yahoo's email client settings by adding the WebMail extension found here:

I've been using Thunderbird and the free Yahoo e-mail. Is it still the case that YPOP'S is needed?

34 posted on 06/12/2008 7:25:23 PM PDT by uptoolate (The Republican fear of Liberalism is why we are in this predicament)
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