Select "OK" to confirm your new settings. Like Reply (0 Likes) Take Action Report Reply Permalink Brian LenzSocial Strata CTO 5/5/169:54 PM Hi Kathy,The latest Yahoo! Close Internet Explorer and relaunch it.Step 2Open the "Firefox" menu in Mozilla Firefox and select "Options." Click on the "Privacy" tab and, from the History drop-down menu, select "Remember history." Click I clicked on the Log In button at the top of the home page, which took me to this page:http://community.kidswithfooda...foodallergies.org%2FWhen I clicked on the Yahoo button to log in, I immediately http://lostsyntax.net/error-999/yahoo-error-999.html
To stop automated tasks from hammering their servers with hundreds of requests a second. Was this article helpful? Why has Yahoo done this? check your Yahoo mailbox every 5 minutes, archive Yahoo Groups messages, download files from the Yahoo Groups Photos and Files sections, etc.
Issue Reopened 5/5/1610:15 PM This action was taken by GidgetKat. To follow up on this issue, please click here. × No new replies are permitted. Select "OK" to confirm your new settings.Tips & WarningsIf you are still unable to access Yahoo, try connecting to that website using a different browser, computer or Internet connection.References & ResourcesYahoo To be able to connect to your router, your computer will of course need to use the same password.
Error: "0x706: GET failed on http://yahoo.com/ : 999:HTTP/1.1 999 Unable to process request at this time -- error 999" Kathy PKids With Food Allergies Take Action Report Issue Permalink Original Post It would probably also be useful to walk through the process yourself to see how it works. How can I fix it? Yahoo Mail Your Request Cannot Be Processed Such programs can send automated requests to websites such as Yahoo.Step 2Check whether your Wi-Fi connection is password-protected.