technically no, only the paid POP account can be accessed with Mail app.<br>There is a third party app that is said to work with transferring Mail. I forgot the name of it though. I am pretty sure it is at Version Tracker. I'll go take a look and see if I can find it.<br>Found it:<br>Mail Forward X<br><br><br>For Mike<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Lori on 08/24/04 08:13 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
#185964 - 08/25/0401:07 AMRe: Yahoo! mail w/ Apple Mail
I downloaded Mail Forward X, and I can now send mail from my Mac Mail, but I still can't receive. My incoming mail server still says mail.yahoo.com. I'm not sure if that's the problem... I followed the Mail Forward instruction to create a rule that forwards all of my mail (to my Yahoo account). I've definitely screwed it up somehow, I'm just not sure at which point. <br>Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! <br><br>
That's because the app only FORWARDS all your MAIL to your Yahoo address. It has nothing to do with E-mail applications.<br><br>Currently, you can use an app like YMail to have an icon in your menu bar that checks your Yahoo Mail for you and notifies you when you have some, but you can't send with it - and I don't know of any app that will allow you to receive or send Yahoo email using Apple's Mail application.<br><br><br><br>
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#185966 - 08/25/0402:46 AMRe: Yahoo! mail w/ Apple Mail
Hi. Thanks for your help. The thing is, though, I'm able to send. I just can't receive. If I had it set up properly, shouldn't my yahoo mail be forwarded into my Mac Mail application? I think I'm just filling in one field incorrectly... Should my incoming mail server say mail.pop.yahoo.com, instead of mail.yahoo.com? <br><br>
Yes your Yahoo Mail should be forwarded to one of your POP accounts, and then can be downloaded with your Mail client.<br>Check out how it is filled out on this page--->linky<br><br>It seems like you put in your yahoo email address and then fill in the default account to forward the Mail to. the SMTP should be the one given to you by your ISP if that is the account you are going to forward the Mail to, or the .mac SMTP if that is the account you are going to forward to.<br><br><br>For Mike<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Lori on 08/24/04 11:08 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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