Although I didn't hear anything official, Yahoo was very sluggish for
a couple of days last week/over the weekend. This could be an Internet
"attack" or just that the US stock market was very active during that
time. Or Yahoo may have been fiddling with its servers.
Sometimes you just have to empty the cache, close the browser, wait 10
min. and try again.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "CJones" <edtec2002@...>
> Hi, Glays and all,
> I've had similar problems with "unavailable" Yahoo email and groups
> pages for over a week. I'm wondering if the problem is related to my
> Internet connection, my computer, or Yahoo. Usually, if I go back a
> web page and try again, it works, but not always. In my case, I have
> better luck in the morning hours based on GMT+4 and more difficulty
> in the evening. I feel like I've gone back to using dialup when I'm
> paying for dsl.
> Also, if I try to open different web pages in new web pages or tabs,
> none of them open. I can only open one at a time, but this varies
> with the time of day and web sites I'm trying to access, not just
> Chris Jones
> --- In email@example.com, "Gladys Baya"
> <gladysbaya@> wrote:
> > Dear "wise people" all around,
> > what might be preventing a Yahoo user to have access to Yahoo groups
> > from a given computer? Once they've signed into Yahoo, they can see
> > the group, but when they try to get access to it they
> get "unavailable
> > page". I try at the same time from my own computer, and everything
> > works perfectly on my side.
> > This person is using IE, working from Spain, and the group is
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/learningwithcomputers/
> > (As I'm clueless about the problem, I give you all the data I think
> > might be relevant).
> > I'd never seen this before!
> > It's great to know I can always ask you, and eventually somebody
> > come up with an answer. Thanks for existing!
> > Gladys