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Cannot Post/Reply To Yahoo Boards!


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#1 Joaquin Tall

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 12:07 PM

Hello All,

For the past two days, I have been unable to either post or reply to messages on the Yahoo Finance boards! It occurred last weekend as well, but then mysteriously disappeared last Sunday evening. I have been posting since last August without problems.

I have run my Windows Defender, Malwarebyte and Ad-Aware programs to search out trojans, malware, spyware and other types of viruses. All have come up negative...nothing found.

I have tried to access the Yahoo Message Boards from I.E. instead of Firefox, but the problem remains, with one exception...

When I assess Yahoo from I.E. I get an error message: "ERROR. Your post has been deleted".

Why would my post be immediately deleted? It's not offensive and contains no foul language or insulting remarks.

You folks are my last hope. There is no assistance at all on Yahoo for problems with their website.

Can anyone help me, pul-ease!?

Many thanks for taking the time to respond!

Alain






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#2 bluesjunior

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Posted 26 April 2010 - 04:58 PM

Not sure if this will help but do you use Firefox and the No Scripts add on?. If so check that you have not blocked the yahooapis cookie. I had a similar problem at an online forum I am a member of where I suddenly couldn't post in threads and it turned out that I had inadvertently blocked this cookie, as soon as I okayed it everything was ok again.
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