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Safari 5.1.1 will not connect to Yahoo Miail


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I updated my laptop software and Safari 5.1.1 was installed.
Now I cannot connect to Yahoo Mail.
I can get to the Yahoo server but when I try to log in all that changes is the ad in the background and the login screen remains.

My desktop which still uses Safari 5.1 is not affected.

Any help please.
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Over at a friends right now for thanksgiving but will check when I get home. Am very sure my lion with Safari 5.1.1 works fine logging into Yahoo email.

Tried it here in OSX Lion 10.7.2 and Safari 5.1.1 with my friends Yahoo account and the email logs right in.
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Thanks for the reply.
I am still using OSx 10.6.8
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When I return home at will Fi up snow leopard and give it a try and get back to you.
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