I keep getting a message to disable ad blocker. It's off, but still I get the message
It's NOT your computer Yahoo. Why do you think remotes became so popular? ADS
Susan Williams commented
I am NOT going to turn off my ad blocker, I will go to another email provider first. AND I am NOT going to pay Yahoo for "Mail Pro". You have let my email be bombarded with spam, offering me hotties from all over the place and pow to have a stronger erection. Guess what yahoo, I AM A WOMAN AND HAVE BEEN ONE FOR ALMOST 70 YEARS!
Louise Howard commented
the idea of HAVING ad block is to stop ALL the ads , get your stuff together yahoo and stop using us to make your money !
The "Whitlist Yahoo" pop-up is no more than another unsolicited notification. I use Opera with default ad blocker settings, but it doesn't seem to block this irritating "Ad" to whitelist Yahoo.
How do I permanently block unwanted Yahoo popups/ads?
I also have same problem. Using Windows 7 64-bit, mozilla firefox, with my antivirus integrated pop-up blocker allowing yahoo.
I have noticed frequent virus/trojans.etc... within the ad, so my antivirus is blocking them.
But then what does yahoo care?
I suspect is part of why yahoo is so slow now. Whitelisting yahoo is one thing, but allowing harmful software through is something else! Otherwise I have done all the help page says, but I still get the message to turn off/allow yahoo through.
mahendra1826 dutta commented
Block the Unwanted ads
Roger Cummings commented
Firefox. I was using Ublock Origin, but I have disabled it in Firefox entirely. Windows 7 64-bit.
d abrames commented
This is total ****. I white listed this, I turned of ad blocker, I even tried other browsers. I get this again and again. This is what happens when you sell out your principles for cold hard cash. OBTW Edge IS the latest browser despite what you think.
[Deleted User] commented
i have white listed yahoo and every time i open email there it is, telling me to white list its just one more unnecessary click
Tom Wilson commented
Stop sending me the message. I don't want to disable my ad blocker.
I have also turned off my ad blocker on all pages on the yahoo domain, and there is the green light to say that ads are not blocked on my yahoo emails, yet every single day, I'm asked to turn off my adblocker.
So now, because of the annoying and distracting ads and the annoying as well as the distracting daily message from Yahoo to turn off my ad-block, I'm going to turn my ad block back on.
D. Jacinto commented
I'm having the same problem and it's very annoying. Y!Mail has been whitelisted!
Using: AdBlock, Windows 10, Firefox and Chrome.
By the way, it's the same outcome whether I disable or remove the adblocker, and using AdBlock Plus as well
K B commented
Here's proof Yahoo is gathering info on all their users. I have just had a bad experience with YAHOO and am convinced that they are engaged in Data Mining like Facebook for ADVERTISERS through Yahoo's PURCHASES popups telling me what I bought and how I could save money by clicking on that Yahoo popup to see how.
Now you feel by asking what OS and Browser we use will help you? Yeah, help you in pinpointing how to invade further.
Joshua Zacheis commented
Ad blocker turned off for Yahoo and whitelisted. Still getting notification. Cannot see mail. Yahoo is pointless and literally unusable like this.
Kathleen Reynolds commented
I AM USING "AD REMOVER" AND I AM NOT DELETING IT! YOU (YAHOO) HAS ENTIRELLY TOO MANY POP UPS AND WAY TOO MANY ADDS. I PAY $39.99 A YEAR FOR THIS SERVICE AND IT IS SO WORTH IT TO ME. BUT I DO WISH THAT YAHOO NOTICE WOULD GO AWAY
Cynthia Bevly commented
I have enabled the white list for yahoo. Yet it keeps popping up. PLEASE GET RID OF THE POPUP!
Caroline Hollowed commented
i've done what is recommended and it still wants me to update browser settings
Ryan Edwards commented
do you want me to stop using yahoo mail?
because you are making in next to useless with the constant pop ups.
I follow your instructions but the popups persist. I turn off adblock and your stupid pop ups wont go away.
If you want us to leave then just tell your users.
Suck less at your job.
Stephen Wallace commented
Nothing to whitelist.
Chris Clementz commented
I took off the ad blockers for yahoo, so stop sending the Yahoo blocker message.