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Is it possible to use thunderbird as my email program if my address is a yahoo account?



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Probably. Here's the "Client Application" help section from Yahoo!'s site. I haven't ever done this because I really enjoy accessing my Yahoo! mail account on any computer, but it does look like it would be possible.

http://help.yahoo.com/us/tutorials/mail/mail/mail_access4.html





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I've been using the Webmail Thunderbird extension for a while now. It's good with the usual webmail services (Yahoo, Hotmail, GMail, etc).

It should get the job done for you - and you'll have the option to keep messages on the server until you delete them from you inbox, if you like.
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You have that with the Yahoo! dealie too, I think. I read the page I linked - it implies that, anyway.



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