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Att/Yahoo has recently updated email and now I'm finding adds in the email inbox. They look like a new email, but there are no email options such as delete, spam, etc. On the annoyance scale, these are a 9. I'm going to drop Yahoo email, and I'd also like to drop Att, but I'm on a contract.

Anyway to get out of these contracts, or any idea how to stop these annoying ads?

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I ignore them. They pay for the cost of operation.
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i notice it on their app not on the webmail.

and yeah it tricked me the first time.
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Well for email you pretty much just have to bite the bullet and start telling people the new email. Send out an email telling folks that it is changing and with every reply you make doing it from the new email with a warning at the top that your email has changed.

Log into as many websites as you can and switch the new email (and skip notifying any that you find annoying and have need to continue to receive). Mainly the bank ones you want to make sure to switch.

And then you will probably need to have a month or 2 overlap where you login into both, but eventually you log into the old one less and less until in around a year you can probably completely forget about it though I would advise still checking it for a year or 2 after that just to make sure no long lost friends try to contact you there.

For who to go with gmail is probably your best bet. While they do advertise it is generally not annoying and unless you want to pay or try out a much smaller company they are your best bet for good quality email.

I should also note gmail's spam filter is far more accurate than yahoo's in my experience I see less spam period and something making it to my inbox is very very rare likewise for real mail showing up in spam.
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I have a yahoo email account and I haven't noticed any ads that look like emails. Where are they?
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I forgot to mention... Take a look at adblock plus.

https://adblockplus.org/

It blocks all ads and would likely make yahoo tolerable again. That said switching to gmail or similar is still not a bad idea because of the better spam protection etc.
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I had the same problem with yahoo mail, but installing the browser add-in called AdBlockPlus successfully blocks those, too.
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Yeah, the fake unread email at the top of the list is a particularly annoying type of ad. But they fail to realize they just annoy their users, and we still learn to ignore the ads.

They want you to pay for Yahoo Plus or something to make the ads go away.

But, as others have mentioned, there are many email options out there.
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It's part of Yahoo's latest attempt to survive, through ads everywhere. Their finance section used to be informative and interesting, but now it's just a lot of fake news headlines linking to ads and external sites. I only use yahoo mail now for sites that I suspect will send me junk email, so my main gmail address doesn't get a ton, as yahoo does. If you don't want the yahoo spam itself, you can get yahoo mail through a regular email app, such as the Mail app on Macs and ipads, where they can't show their attempt at ads. Basically, though, yahoo and AOL are relics from the early days of the Web trying desperately to stay afloat through ever-increasing advertising and a revolving door of CEOs and futile attempts to stay relevant.
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You get to choose what you focus on.

The top line of my yahoo mail has a $ sign on the left (that's a hint). On the right it says "Sponsored" (that's another hint). It is also a different color (need I repeat myself?). It clearly stands out, but what you make of it is up to you. For me, it is so obvious that it is easy to ignore. Now if it were in the middle and not on the top and was the same color and didn't have the $ and the sponsored, I might be fooled.

Recently, I discovered that people seeing my posts were focusing on my signature rather than on what I wrote. It seems a little bizarre to me, but you are free to focus on the trivial and meaningless if you choose.
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Situation Normal

I have not noticed anything unusual on my very old yahoo account (old account created just when yahoo launched their email service in 1997).

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KyleAAA wrote:I have a yahoo email account and I haven't noticed any ads that look like emails. Where are they?
These ads are in the incoming email list and look just like any other new email item except they don't have any options to move/delete, send somewhere else, etc. We are using ATT and they provide ATT/Yahoo email service. Just a few days ago, a new "improved" version was installed and that's when the ads appeared. My wife's computer is on the same service and she has not received these ads. Lucky me.

Note: I am using Firefox and Ad Block. :confused

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i use firefox and adblock plus and still get these.
luckily they are on the top of the emails so easy to ignore.
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It is indeed true. What is amazing is that I do not see it on my home computer but I do see these ads at the top of the other ads at a company at which I consult. And on rare occasions at home. I simply ignore these and have learned to. They are in bolder type so no problem confusing them with anything.
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I found some information on this Yahoo scheme. From the link you can find out what they know about you and what they are targeting. I have 27 companies tracking what I'm doing. There is an individual opt out option and an opt out-all option. I tried the all option and I got a message that it would not work because I have 3rd party cookies turned off. So, you have to have to allow 3rd party cookies to opt out? That doesn't sound right. A set cookies to allow and tried again. This time I got about 8 companies canceled, but nothing happened with the others.

I don't like this sort of intrusive advertising, and it's all the more annoying because I pay ATT for the service and they've linked with Yahoo, so I'm not using a free service if anyone believes that justifies tracking.

http://www.aboutads.info/consumers


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pkcrafter wrote:I found some information on this Yahoo scheme. From the link you can find out what they know about you and what they are targeting. I have 27 companies tracking what I'm doing. There is an individual opt out option and an opt out-all option. I tried the all option and I got a message that it would not work because I have 3rd party cookies turned off. So, you have to have to allow 3rd party cookies to opt out? That doesn't sound right. A set cookies to allow and tried again. This time I got about 8 companies canceled, but nothing happened with the others.

I don't like this sort of intrusive advertising, and it's all the more annoying because I pay ATT for the service and they've linked with Yahoo, so I'm not using a free service if anyone believes that justifies tracking.

http://www.aboutads.info/consumers
(Most of) The trackers aren't set by Yahoo or AT&T, rather, they are set by almost every website you visit on the web these days. It almost certainly doesn't have anything to do with paying AT&T for a service. Were Yahoo to attempt to track you using 27 different technologies, their pages would take far too long to load.

Enabling 3rd party cookies to opt out sounds correct because how else would they know for certain who you are when you show up on a site using their product? Unfortunately, the Do Not Track browser option isn't mature enough yet to be reliable everywhere (as well as some question about whether or not it should be the default option), and some companies refuse to honor it for that reason.
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LordB wrote:And then you will probably need to have a month or 2 overlap where you login into both, but eventually you log into the old one less and less until in around a year you can probably completely forget about it though I would advise still checking it for a year or 2 after that just to make sure no long lost friends try to contact you there.
You can set Yahoo mail to forward mail. This can be useful during the transition. If you don't want to trust Yahoo with the new email address you can do a double forward, e.g. forward EpsilonDelta @yahoo.com to ThrowAwayAccount19792563598348934564234907512 @gmail.com and forward ThrowAwayAccount19792563598348934564234907512 @gmail.com to EpsilonDelta @gmail.com.

Eventually you can disable the forward, or just leave it be until Yahoo decommissions its email service or decides you've abandoned your account.
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pkcrafter wrote:I found some information on this Yahoo scheme. From the link you can find out what they know about you and what they are targeting. I have 27 companies tracking what I'm doing. There is an individual opt out option and an opt out-all option. I tried the all option and I got a message that it would not work because I have 3rd party cookies turned off. So, you have to have to allow 3rd party cookies to opt out? That doesn't sound right. A set cookies to allow and tried again. This time I got about 8 companies canceled, but nothing happened with the others.

I don't like this sort of intrusive advertising, and it's all the more annoying because I pay ATT for the service and they've linked with Yahoo, so I'm not using a free service if anyone believes that justifies tracking.

http://www.aboutads.info/consumers


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I downloaded ghostery and was stunned to see how many companies were tracking me at various sites. I have just about blocked all of them (in ghostery, if you block it at one site, it is blocked at all sites). It took me about 45 minutes one day to go through my usual sites in Firefox, Chrome, Pale Moon, etc. but I am now "track free" (or mostly so).
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Pacific wrote:
pkcrafter wrote:I found some information on this Yahoo scheme. From the link you can find out what they know about you and what they are targeting. I have 27 companies tracking what I'm doing. There is an individual opt out option and an opt out-all option. I tried the all option and I got a message that it would not work because I have 3rd party cookies turned off. So, you have to have to allow 3rd party cookies to opt out? That doesn't sound right. A set cookies to allow and tried again. This time I got about 8 companies canceled, but nothing happened with the others.

I don't like this sort of intrusive advertising, and it's all the more annoying because I pay ATT for the service and they've linked with Yahoo, so I'm not using a free service if anyone believes that justifies tracking.

http://www.aboutads.info/consumers


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I downloaded ghostery and was stunned to see how many companies were tracking me at various sites. I have just about blocked all of them (in ghostery, if you block it at one site, it is blocked at all sites). It took me about 45 minutes one day to go through my usual sites in Firefox, Chrome, Pale Moon, etc. but I am now "track free" (or mostly so).
You can click on the ghost in the bar -> gear on the top -> options -> Blocking options and block all the sites without needing to manually do them all. These instructions are for firefox, but they exist for the other browsers as well though getting to them might be slightly different.
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LordB wrote:I forgot to mention... Take a look at adblock plus.

https://adblockplus.org/

It blocks all ads and would likely make yahoo tolerable again. That said switching to gmail or similar is still not a bad idea because of the better spam protection etc.
I can confirm abp gets rid of this.
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LordB wrote: You can click on the ghost in the bar -> gear on the top -> options -> Blocking options and block all the sites without needing to manually do them all. These instructions are for firefox, but they exist for the other browsers as well though getting to them might be slightly different.
I never saw that. I was developing carpal syndrome from clicking so much. THANKS!!
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No ads in last two days. :thumbsup :sharebeer
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anyone currently getting a big pop up from Yahoo stating you're running an adblocker and they're forcing you to have ads or pay a fee to use their email?

I wouldn't mind the ads if they were STATIC and if they weren't secretly disguised to look like an email in your inbox where you click it by mistake, or if they didn't take up 1/2 the right side of the screen playing videos all the time.

I've had a main account there for 20+ years so just 'deleting' it isn't an option (please don't suggest it).

I know nothing is free but Yahoo always pulls these stunts w/ their site and each time it complicates or makes things difficult.

This popup rectangle thing is kinda random so far. Dunno.

I read email on my phone (many do) but there are often more features using a desktop and if you're working on a laptop its what you have open in another tab.
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I pay the $20/year for ad free. It might be $30/year now come to think of it.

Minor in the grand scheme. They want you to see the ads, if you don't (blocker) you likely can't use the service.

I've considered retiring our yahoo.com address.

Anything financial or important is on a safer/more secure email (protonmail).

We use yahoo for our everyday communications. Old skool.
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F150HD wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:40 am anyone currently getting a big pop up from Yahoo stating you're running an adblocker and they're forcing you to have ads or pay a fee to use their email?

I wouldn't mind the ads if they were STATIC and if they weren't secretly disguised to look like an email in your inbox where you click it by mistake, or if they didn't take up 1/2 the right side of the screen playing videos all the time.

I've had a main account there for 20+ years so just 'deleting' it isn't an option (please don't suggest it).

I know nothing is free but Yahoo always pulls these stunts w/ their site and each time it complicates or makes things difficult.

This popup rectangle thing is kinda random so far. Dunno.

I read email on my phone (many do) but there are often more features using a desktop and if you're working on a laptop its what you have open in another tab.
I dunno about the popup re ad blocker blocker, but it wouldn’t surprise me. I rarely use the yahoo Web client these days to access my legacy account. Mostly I use my iPad or Android phone. If you have a need for accessing it on a laptop, perhaps consider a desktop app like Thunderbird.

And now I will comment on something you didn’t want to hear: I, too, have an account with Yahoo that is one of my oldest email accounts. I am slowly working through the decommissioning process. None of my personal (real) email is still going there. It’s mostly spam and a few mailing list subscriptions. I don’t know how much money Yahoo (OATH/Verizon) makes from maintaining the mail system, but the recent shutdown of Yahoo Groups illustrates that they are not reluctant to shut down services many people relied on. So while you may want to stay on Yahoo Mail forever, I would suggest that that may not be your decision. My primary email accounts are all using my own domains.
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LordB wrote: Fri May 16, 2014 2:09 pm Well for email you pretty much just have to bite the bullet and start telling people the new email. Send out an email telling folks that it is changing and with every reply you make doing it from the new email with a warning at the top that your email has changed.

Log into as many websites as you can and switch the new email (and skip notifying any that you find annoying and have need to continue to receive). Mainly the bank ones you want to make sure to switch.

And then you will probably need to have a month or 2 overlap where you login into both, but eventually you log into the old one less and less until in around a year you can probably completely forget about it though I would advise still checking it for a year or 2 after that just to make sure no long lost friends try to contact you there.

For who to go with gmail is probably your best bet. While they do advertise it is generally not annoying and unless you want to pay or try out a much smaller company they are your best bet for good quality email.

I should also note gmail's spam filter is far more accurate than yahoo's in my experience I see less spam period and something making it to my inbox is very very rare likewise for real mail showing up in spam.
Way more painful than dealing with ads.
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pretty much just have to bite the bullet and start telling people the new email.
have toyed w/ it but ultimately any domain one moves to the exact same issue may arise so.....not sure grass is always greener.
No issue viewing on phone (use it 70% of the time) but its not always practical to send lengthy replies/images/urls using a phone for email.
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Just to confirm, yes, I am getting ad blocker alerts, too, now.
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bloom2708 wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:43 am I pay the $20/year for ad free. It might be $30/year now come to think of it.

Minor in the grand scheme. They want you to see the ads, if you don't (blocker) you likely can't use the service.

I've considered retiring our yahoo.com address.

Anything financial or important is on a safer/more secure email (protonmail).

We use yahoo for our everyday communications. Old skool.
Looks like it's $42/year now for ad-free mail on Yahoo.

I guess they've got us unless we want to go through the trouble of changing our email address. It's not like a phone number where you can move it to another carrier.
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TravelGeek wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:02 pm Just to confirm, yes, I am getting ad blocker alerts, too, now.
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seemed to work ok when I allowed ads, but the far right column, they always load it with video type ads (irritating) and the ads that look like an email is uncool... like they're trying to trick you into clicking on it.

am ok w/ most static ads, I know nothing is free, but Yahoo always pulls things like this.
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Yeah, blocking access if you use an ad blocker seems to be an emerging trend. It's very reasonable from their perspective, of course.
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I don't see those messages about using an ad blocker or paying for Yahoo! email and I don't see any ads. The crap on the far right side was blocked by my prior ad blocker but the one I use now somehow they got past it. I searched online and found "Webmail Ad Blocker". I got it, it is free, and it immediately stopped those ads. It works using FF and Chrome.
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F150HD wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:46 pm and the ads that look like an email is uncool... like they're trying to trick you into clicking on it.
Right. A company with a business model of tricking its users/customers... it’s basically spam added into your inbox view. It’s sad what has become of Yahoo. Moved another couple of old shopping accounts away from Yahoo today as a result of this thread. I think by June there will be just junk coming in to that account.
zaplunken wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:59 pm I don't see those messages about using an ad blocker or paying for Yahoo! email and I don't see any ads. The crap on the far right side was blocked by my prior ad blocker but the one I use now somehow they got past it. I searched online and found "Webmail Ad Blocker". I got it, it is free, and it immediately stopped those ads. It works using FF and Chrome.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta ... jakdggkkjp
Give it some time; it is a game of cat and mouse between ad blockers and websites. A week or so ago I wasn’t seeing the ads or alerts either.
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zaplunken wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:59 pm I don't see those messages about using an ad blocker or paying for Yahoo! email and I don't see any ads. The crap on the far right side was blocked by my prior ad blocker but the one I use now somehow they got past it. I searched online and found "Webmail Ad Blocker". I got it, it is free, and it immediately stopped those ads. It works using FF and Chrome.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta ... jakdggkkjp
That is what I use but yahoo have gotten round it today with the annoying pop up someone else posted.
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zaplunken wrote: Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:59 pm I don't see those messages about using an ad blocker or paying for Yahoo! email and I don't see any ads. The crap on the far right side was blocked by my prior ad blocker but the one I use now somehow they got past it. I searched online and found "Webmail Ad Blocker". I got it, it is free, and it immediately stopped those ads. It works using FF and Chrome.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta ... jakdggkkjp
let us know in a week or two if it still works. they will find you :D
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Well I might just abandon the Yahoo! email if they defeat the 2 things I am using now. It's an original email from long long ago and I really don't use it for anything other than as a throw away email. The problem is sites that require your email as your userid but hopefully I can change the address those sites send an email to cuz it would be that throw away address. Both the adblocker and the webmail ad blocker have been working for a long time and I'm tired of having to find something to hide annoying crap so next time may well be the straw that breaks the camel's back.
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If you have a Windows 10 PC you can try Mail for Windows 10. That’s what I use, no ads, ever. It’s free. I use Mail for all of my email accounts including Gmail.

If you have a Mac, try Mailspring. Nice interface, simple and free app.
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interesting that the ads used to just be at the TOP of the inbox (for me anyway, it was semi-tolerable) but today they are now embedded in the list of actual emails so you could accidentally click on one when reading emails and scrolling.

Thats BS to me. Example below

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