Yahoo mail through a BT provider
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When you are in your email (and/or when writing an email message), can you press & release the key Alt on your keyboard, then you should see a menu at the top, then select the View option, (then toolbars), then show/enable all the option there? If needed, (either when in email and/or when writing an email message) check all menu / options at the top after pressing & releasing the key Alt on your keyboard.
Edit: It looks like you are still not back, so I'm going offline for now. When you are back, can you please let me know the name of the program (and version if possible) you would open in order to use your BT / Yahoo email? Some email programs: Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail, Internet Explorer, etc. Then don't wait for me. When I'm back at my computer, we can connect, or I will email you as soon as possible the written instructions for fixing this issue. Thank you.
Sorry to be away so long.
I am back at the relevant computer. The immediate panic is over. We had an urgent e mail to send which we eventually managed to do by going in to bt yahoo mail through internet explorer and the tool bar appeared. However when I go into bt yahoo mail through Google chrome the inbox comes up without the tool bar so we can't send e mails that way.
I don't know if that information is sufficient. If there is an easy solution then written instructions will be fine. If not we can always use internet explorer.
Do you mean if you use the Google Chrome program, then the toolbar does not come up. But if you use Internet Explorer program, the toolbar does come up?Please try the following fix in Chrome:- Click on the 3-bar icon at the upper right corner in Chrome, then click on History
, then click on Clear browsing data...
, then at the drop-down list (which is next to the option Obliterate the following items from:), select the option the beginning of time
, then uncheck all boxes and check on the box at the item Cached images and files
, then click on Clear browsing data at the bottom
, then check.
- If that does not work, click on the menu (3-bar) icon at the upper right corner in Chrome, then click on Settings,
, then scroll down at the bottom, then click on Show advanced settings...,
, then scroll down at the bottom, then click on Reset settings button, then click on Reset....
I had to uninstall then reinstall but the tool bar is now back where it should be.