Before configuring your email settings, be sure that your computer is connected to your network or ISP (Internet Service Provider), and that you have all the specific information needed for incoming and outgoing mail servers that your ISP requires.Examples of this are: Microsoft Outlook usually comes as part of the Office suite, Microsoft provides detailed information on configuring Microsoft Outlook for Internet email accounts.Note: You cannot edit an existing email account to switch its account type from POP3 to IMAP or vice versa.
The Emperor’s new clothes – Yahoo overhauled its email clients to cut the clutter and give them a fresh, clean look.
The service places your messages front and center, with folders segregated to a small left-side pane (which is hidden on mobile devices).
Adding a new account with a different connection type should not require you to delete the old one in most mail clients.
Note: A self-signed certificate uses the same level of encryption as a verified certificate, except that it is you who are verifying your server’s identity, rather than a third party.
All you need to do is provide your user name and password for your email provider and your email address.
Thunderbird determines connection details (such as ports, server names, security protocols, etc.) by looking up your email provider in a database that contains connection information for all the major Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Please check your email and click on the link to activate your profile.If you do not receive the verification message within a few minutes of signing up, please check your Spam or Junk folder.Sure, it looks like every other webmail service, but that’s a good thing.Seamless design – Yahoo updated its Android and i OS apps as well as its Web client to bring that new look to every possible Yahoo Mail entry point, creating a unified experience that stays (basically) the same, no matter what platform you’re on.The security certificate is not from a trusted certifying authority." This error often happens when you don't use SSL to secure your email account.