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userid/password rejected.

Postby Barron Housel » Fri, 25 Jun 2004 01:26:14 GMT

Suddenly, Outlook rejects my userid and/or password when 
attempting to send or receive mail. My mail server is a 
POP3 Yahoo account. The login work ok when accessing 
directly from the Yahoo home page. Also, my POP Netscape 
client is able to access my mail.

I'm sure some sort of virus crept in when downloading 
mail, but I don't know how to recover.

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