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  2. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! chose acquisition rather than internal platform development, because, as Healy said, "Hotmail was growing at thousands and thousands users per week. We did an analysis. For us to build, it would have taken four to six months, and by then, so many users would have taken an email account. The speed of the market was critical."

  3. Yahoo! - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo (/ ˈ j ɑː h uː /, styled yahoo! in its logo) is an American web services provider. It is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and operated by the namesake company Yahoo Inc. , which is 90% owned by investment funds managed by Apollo Global Management and 10% by Verizon Communications .

  4. Sarah Palin email hack - Wikipedia

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    The Sarah Palin email hack occurred on September 16, 2008, during the 2008 United States presidential election campaign when vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin's, Yahoo! personal email account was subjected to unauthorized access.

  5. Xtra (ISP) - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo denied that they use greylisting practices however "unusual traffic" or "complaints from Yahoo! Mail users" may trigger greylisting against your email server causing a four-hour delay. Yahoo!Xtra email problems. Xtra customers were hit with multiple email spam problems from February 2013 (80,000 affected) to mid April 2013.

  6. Yahoo! Maktoob - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! In 2009, Maktoob was sold to Yahoo! for $164 million. In January 2011, email users were migrated from the @maktoob.com domain to the @yahoo.com domain. In January 2015, Yahoo! let go half of its staff in Dubai, and it announced in December 2015 the closure of its office in Dubai, its last office in the MENA region.

  7. How email spoofing can affect AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    A compromised (hacked) account means someone else accessed your account by obtaining your password. Spoofed email occurs when the "From" field of a message is altered to show your address, which doesn't necessarily mean someone else accessed your account. You can identify whether your account is hacked or spoofed with the help of your Sent folder.

  8. Update Verizon.net account info in POP3 email applications

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    These steps should be followed only if you've been using a 3rd party email client with POP3 enabled to send and receive Verizon.net email prior to migrating to AOL. If you're not currently using an email client with POP3 enabled, you can set up your Verizon.net AOL Mail account using IMAP. POP3 lets you access your emails in a 3rd party ...

  9. Configure a Verizon.net account using IMAP - AOL Help

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    Click Email under the Create a new account header. Click Skip this and use my existing email. Type in your information click Continue. Make sure you use the full email address/alias that you selected during the migration process, including @verizon.net. Example: john.doe@verizon.net Click Manual config at the bottom of the window.