Web-based email services (such as Yahoo) were never designed to be a default Mail-to program, but there are a few ways to get around that.
One of Yahoo!’s many offerings, Yahoo! mail is also often the email service provided by many regional ISPs.
Yahoo! now supports accessing your Yahoo! Mail account using POP3 and IMAP on your desktop email program or other device.
From multiple browsers to native support, there are a few ways to have multiple browser-based email accounts open at once. I’ll review the most common.
The first thing to understand is the difference between an online program (such as the Yahoo website) and a program running locally on your computer. Then I can point you in the right direction.
Most of these major email providers are doing what I would call behavioral analysis. They’re looking for signals that indicate spam and then posting a CAPTCHA.
Yahoo! recently announced that they were planning to “recycle” unused email addresses. I’ll explain what that means, why it’s important, and what you need to do.