Doesn't help you access Yahoo Groups or other Yahoo services though. Normal human usage of the Yahoo services shouldn't normally generate enough traffic to trigger the Error 999 message unless you're a very heavy user. although it's tough to get a real person. Whenever I have tried this I log in ok but then get an error message saying "Unfortunately, there is a server problem preventing access to this page. http://lostsyntax.net/error-999/yahoo-login-error-999.html
If you use one of these automated tools then there is a very real possibility that you will run into the Error 999 message. Update (19th February 2008): With regard to Yahoo Answers I've had a very interesting comment sent to me from MP. I am now 100% convinced that this error is a generic catch-all error code that Yahoo spits out whenever it doesn't have a more descriptive error to provide the user. Suggestion: If you have a web accelerator then try turning it off.Chances of Working: Good.
where do you go to check e-mail...a website? One works fine. Try accessing Yahoo from another computer or a different Internet connection. Suggestion: Use a different browser.
I'll give it a shot. http://wap.oa.yahoo.com/ is a WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) gateway into Yahoo which allows you to access Yahoo Mail. Update (15th August 2007): Rick Gallagher contacted me and said: I found your suggestions for handling the 999 error encountered on various Yahoo! What Does Error 999 Mean In Yahoo Mail Storage limit is one of the important parameter based on which users opt for the emailing service.
In such a case, to protect its servers from automated queries, Yahoo can deny you access, presenting you with an "Error 999" page instead. Messenger using the account name you want to access. Suggestion: If you're using a dial-up modem or some other access method that results in you using a dynamic IP address, try disconnecting from the Internet and waiting a few minutes I've been banned from Yahoo Groups but was still able to access Yahoo Mail.
I had a look at the CraigsList discussion forums and found lots of people there talking about this problem but no definite answers. Yahoo Your Request Cannot Be Processed At a certain point around 40 blog posts or a few hundred front page comments it goes directly to the 999 error. All Activity Home Off Topic Off Topic Talk Yahoo Error - 999 Unable to process request error? The new Error 999 page also has a link to a form that you can fill in to get help from Yahoo.
It was caused whenever she cleared out cookies and temp internet files. weblink send me [email protected] [email][email protected][/email] Reply With Quote 01-19-2005,02:03 AM #2 Annonymous Guest R.E. Jump to content Welcome, Guest Logout | Profile | Contact / Help | My Roto Login | Register | Contact / Help | My Roto [X] Player Search Help To search Error 999 Message Yea recently yahoo have been resetting a lot of their servers. Your Request Cannot Be Processed Yahoo Mail
From what I can tell Yahoo isn't using cookies to remember that you've been blocked, so clearing your cookies should have no effect. So it is beginning to look like the Error 999 when using Yahoo Mail can be caused by many things in addition to bandwidth limiting, possibly something local to the user I understand, this is more likely a web browser program than it is an e-mail problem. http://lostsyntax.net/error-999/yahoo-mail-error-999-help.html Why might the suggestions above that involve changing your IP address not work for some people?
Normal human usage of the Yahoo services shouldn't normally generate enough traffic to trigger the Error 999 message unless you're a very heavy user. Yahoo Error 19 If you don't know what it is...you don't have it. Thus Yahoo will think you're a different person because you're using a different IP address.
i might be able to provide you solutions to solve it mail me at [email][email protected]**********[/email] Reply With Quote 02-04-2005,08:07 AM #6 Unregistered Guest I got the same problem 2, i`ve changed You can set that password on your computer by opening the Start screen and typing "network." Select "Network and Sharing Center" and click on "Change adapter settings." Right-click on your wireless FIX: Wait a few days and check your mail again, or try logging in from http://mail.yahoo.co.uk or http://login.europe.yahoo.com/config/mail?.intl=uk Some users have had success by using an alternative browser. Error 999 Linkedin blocks the IP address to safeguard against getting hit, the original owners of the IP addresses also get blocked.
Security Center. * This problem may be due to unusual network activity coming from your Internet Service Provider. Thereafter, the above mentioned workaround methods can be used to rectify Yahoo Mail Error 999 message. With the accelerator turned on they were receiving the Yahoo Error 999 message, but when they turned the accelerator off the error message didn't appear. his comment is here Chances of Working: Good.
This answer seems to hint at the bandwidth limiting system that I talk about above, where Yahoo monitor how much traffic your IP number has used and cuts you off after