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Ive tried with Opera and firefox. I click on the mail link on the yahoo main page like I always have and nothing happens, it just hangs with the watch mouse icon.
If that doesn't work, wait a while and try again. If you still encounter problems, contact the Yahoo Team and report it. FWIW, Yahoo is going through a complete make-over, and most services to date are in the beta-testing stage. That is causing some sporadic problems with the performance of their 'original' services, as well.
NO, I tried as user and root and all I get is Operation not permitted when i try to ping mail.yahoo.com, but I can log onto Yahoo.com and cannot ping it though? I get the same message, Operation not permitted.
Actually I cannot ping any address or name. I tried lots of different ones and I get the same message. Maybe im not doing it right? Its just "ping yahoo.com" right?