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You can use the BT Yahoo! Browser without signing in, but to take full advantage of the Browser's features, you must sign in to BT Yahoo! Online. When you are signed in, you will see these additional features:
The first time you launch the Browser, enter your sign-in information in the Sign-In window.
Launch the Browser.
The first time you launch the Browser, it displays the Sign-In window, and your BT Username should be listed. Click your BT Username and skip to step 3.
If you do not see your BT Username on the list, click the Other Users button.
The Sign-In window displays the sign-in form on the right.
Enter your BT Username and password, check or uncheck the boxes for the options you want to apply or disable, and then click the Sign In button.
The Auto Import Address Book and Bookmarks prompt appears.
If you do not want to import your address book or bookmarks from other applications, click the No button, and skip steps 5 and 6.
If you click the Yes button, the Import window appears.
Check the box next to the items you want to import. (If you are importing Netscape bookmarks, select your Netscape profile from the list.) Then click the Start Import button.
A progress indicator appears for each option you selected to be imported.
When the message indicates that the import is complete, click the Done button.
The Browser appears, and you are signed in.
The next time you launch the Browser, the Sign-In window appears automatically displaying your name in the Sign In List on the left.
Select your name, and enter your password.
If you checked the box next to Save My Password, the Sign-In window automatically fills in your password.
If you check the box next to Sign in to Messenger, the Sign-In window automatically signs you in to BT Yahoo! Messenger as well as to the Browser.
If you are not the main account user, you are considered a guest. After you sign in and check the Add my ID to the Sign In List option, your name appears on the sign-in list.
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