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I am very sorry about your issue. How long have you NOT accessed this problem Yahoo7 account? Or approximately when was the last time that you accessed this problem account? Few months ago?
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Thank you for writing back with that information. In your old computer, how do you access these 2 Yahoo7 accounts? Were you using an email program like MS Outlook 2007 or 2010? Or were you using a web browser like Internet Explorer or Chrome?
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Can I remotely access your Windows computer so that I can directly fix the email problem and try the recovery options available for your account, while you watch?
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The very first thing that you can try is to use your web browser and then go to http://mail.yahoo.com and then try to sign in using the problem account. If you forgot the password ***** type a random password ***** then tell me what exactly is the error message that you got so that from there I can check if the account is still recoverable.
If the error says something like the password ***** ***** then there is some chance of recovery. But if the error is saying something that the account does not exist, it means that the problem email account has been deactivated by Yahoo due to a very long time of inactivity. In this case the account cannot be recovered and all your emails and contacts previously stored there were deleted as well.
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Hi, thank you for writing back with that information and I am glad that you are now able to access the problem account.
I believe you used or have setup an email client for the problem account in the old computer so even though you did not actually login or access that account using the web browser, you were still signed in each time you opened the email client since it is designed to check emails automatically. It is good to know that you are now able to access it.
I suggest then that you secure the account by adding your security information there like your alternate email address and your mobile number so that recovery in the future will be easy and smooth.
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