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No Internet Connection Message

Everytime I open my mails ,I have received "No Internet Message". It gives us frustration and irritation that makes our work slower. I have read solutions in the forum but it doesn't help. Somebody help me fix this problem ! Thanks.

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Re: No Internet Connection Message

@SLAM28

If needed, I would try clearing the cache in your browser and using a supported web browser like Firefox or Chrome to see if that helps.

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Re: No Internet Connection Message

 

@SLAM28,

On the web browser do you currently have an Ad Blocker enabled? 

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'Hoo Recruit

Re: No Internet Connection Message

recently I have .  But I have disabled it .

Official 'Hoo Staff

Re: No Internet Connection Message

@SLAM28

If needed, I would try clearing the cache in your browser and using a supported web browser like Firefox or Chrome to see if that helps.

Check out our Tips and Tricks board for solutions to most Yahoo Mail issues!
Want help via Twitter? Tweet @YahooCare
Pro 'Hoo

Re: No Internet Connection Message...WORKAROUND

I discovered this workaround on my Mac.  I have had the problem for years.

 

When my Mac "wakes up" is when I run into the "No internet connection" message and have to wait several minutes for it to clear.  Here's the workaround:

 

Turn OFF the internet. Wait a second or two.

Turn ON the internet.

 

It is as if the code somewhere in Yahoo is explicitly waiting for NO internet and then waits until there IS internet.  It is that explicit transition.  So when the computer comes out of sleep, the internet will immediately come ON.  But Yahoo is waiting for NO internet. If you are saying this makes no sense, I agree!

 

Don't the engineers at Yahoo have debuggers so they can duplicate and track down these problems?  I hope they are encouraged/required to use Yahoo email.