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m getting errors when trying to receive POP mail. What’s wrong?

Unfortunately, there are lots of little things that could cause difficulties with POP access. We’ve outlined most of them below:

  • Subscription to Yahoo! Mail Plus Service: You must subscribe to the Yahoo! Mail Plus service for POP access through your email client.
  • POP Access Option: Click Options in the upper-right corner of your Mail page and select Mail Options. From the list on the left, click POP & Forwarding, then Set up or edit POP & Forwarding. Now: is there a dot in the circle beside “Web & POP Access”? If so, great! If not, that means there’s a dot in the circle beside “Forwarding.” Your account’s NOT POP-enabled whenever you select the “Forwarding” option, because these two separate features can’t be used at the same time. If you make a change here, make sure to click Save when you’re done.
  • Client Settings: Is there a problem with your email client settings? Please make sure that you’ve configured your email client with these settings:
    • Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com (Use SSL, port: 995)
    • Outgoing (SMTP) Server: plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com (Use SSL, port: 465, use authentication)
    • Account Name/Login Name: your Yahoo! ID (your email address without the “@yahoo.com”)
    • Email Address: your Yahoo! Mail address (e.g., user@yahoo.com)
  • For information on entering these settings into various email clients, read the POP – Mail help section.

  • Set Up Have you selected an incompatible log-in method or server type when you set up your email client? To check your settings, please follow the steps below for your email client.

Outlook 98 and 2000

  1. Open the “Tools” menu, and click the “Services” tab.
  2. Select your Yahoo! Mail account.
  3. Click “Properties.”
  4. Click the “Servers” tab, and ensure “Log on using Secure Password Authentication” is not selected.
  5. Click the “Advanced” tab, and ensure that you have not selected “This Server Requires a Secure Connection (SSL)” under the Incoming (POP3) or Outgoing (SMTP) Port settings.

Outlook Express

  1. Click “Tools,” and select “Accounts.”
  2. Click the “Mail” tab, and choose “Properties.”
  3. On the “Servers” tab, ensure that you have not checked “Log on Using Secure Password Authentication” in the Incoming Mail Server section or “My Server Requires Authentication” in the Outgoing Mail Server area.
  4. Check that “POP3” is listed in the Incoming Mail Server field.
  5. On the “Advanced” tab, ensure that you have not selected “This Server Requires a Secure Connection (SSL)” under the Incoming (POP3) or Outgoing (SMTP) Port settings.

Eudora Pro 4

  1. Click the “Tools” menu, and select “Personalities.”
  2. Right-click the Persona for your Yahoo! Mail account, and select “Modify.”
  3. Click “Incoming Mail.” Ensure that “POP3” is selected under the Configuration heading and that “Passwords” is selected under Authentication Style.

Netscape Communicator 4.05

  1. Open the “Edit” menu, and select “Preferences.”
  2. In the Category field, click the “+” next to “Mail & Groups,” and then click “Mail Server.”
  3. Ensure “POP3” is selected under the Server Type heading.

Netscape Communicator 4.5

  1. Open the “Edit” menu, and select “Preferences.”
  2. In the Category field, click the “+” next to “Mail & Newsgroups,” and then click “Mail Servers.”
  3. Select your Yahoo! Mail account and ensure “Never” is selected under the Use Secure Socket Layer heading.
  4. Click “Edit” and ensure “POP3” is listed beside Server Type.

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