Verizon Yahoo! Mail Classic Quick Start

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Getting to Verizon Yahoo! Mail

Getting to Verizon Yahoo! Mail is easy. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection and a Verizon Yahoo! Internet Access email address. This page shows you how to open Mail in a Web browser. If you’d like to know how to open Mail in another online email application or a desktop application, take a look at the Opening Verizon Yahoo! Mail Classic Your Way tutorial.

 

Here’s How

  1. Open a Web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.

  2. Type the following address (URL) in the browser’s address box, then press the Enter key:

    verizon.yahoo.com/mail

    The Verizon Yahoo! sign in page opens in the browser.

  3. Enter your Verizon Yahoo! email address (for example, yourname@verizon.net) and password, then click the Sign In button.

    Enter your Verizon Yahoo! email address and password, then click the Sign In button.

    The Verizon Yahoo! Mail home page opens in the browser.

    The Verizon Yahoo! Mail Classic home pageEnlarge

    Note: If your mail home page has tabs labeled What’s New and Inbox at the top, you’re using the new Verizon Yahoo! Mail instead of Verizon Yahoo! Mail Classic. Click here to go to the tutorials for the new version of Verizon Yahoo! Mail.

 

What’s Next: Quick Access to the Top News Stories

While on the Mail home page, you can view the top news stories of the day and even check out what’s happening in sports and entertainment.

  • Select your interest by clicking a topic.

    Click a news topic.

  • Read a story by clicking the headline.

    Click a headline to read the story.

Verizon Yahoo! News opens in a new browser window and displays the story.


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Words to Know

  • URL: Universal Resource Locator; specifies the location of a file or web page, such as http://verizon.yahoo.com.