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    Still doesn't do anything.

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    Interestingly, if I right-click the "Whitelist Yahoo email" or the "$3.49/Month" buttons, each of them shows the menu that starts with Open in a new tab, Open in a new window, etc. Right-clicking the Wider Email "Install for free" button only produces the menu that starts with "Back, Forward (inactive), Reload, Download, Print, etc.

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    I would like to accept the offer of making Yahoo my search provider in exchange for the wider email format, but nothing happens when i click on that button.

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    If you don't want ads in your e-mail, pony up the $4 a month and eliminate them. SIMPLE, CASE CLOSED. How about this beauty -- "The very reason I do not want advertisements on my email is, because emails can be targeted by hackers to get into your system. The worst would be a time when viewing email." This Einstein apparently thinks that Yahoo displaying ads on part of the e-mail display SOMEHOW enables hackers to attack someone's e-mail. Hey, they need to give you a job in e-mail security, no doubt about it.

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