Automatic Completion of Addresses and Avatar in Email
Yahoo maintains 2 lists of contacts that are used for automatic completion.
The Contact Card name list appears when you type a few letters into the TO box. They can be deleted by clicking the X that appears. This does not work in Beta. Go back to Classic. Deleting has no effect on your address book.
Contact Card details are shown when hovering over a FROM or TO name in sent or received email. It may also be shown in other areas of the display. You can also just enter the complete address in the TO field while composing and then hover over the name.
The data is extracted from various sources such as your address book and social media. This includes any photo that may be associated with an email. If the information is incorrect you can click the dots in the lower left of the contact card and pick the option to change it. It only saves them for yourself and may ask if you want to add to your address book. I know of no way to directly update the photo. To remove it you must delete the card as indicate above. Note that updating does not work in Beta. Go back to Classic.
If someone else displays the wrong information then it indicates that their contact cards and/or address book contain bad information. They can also click the dots to update it for themselves. There is no universal way for you to correct what is displayed elsewhere.
You'll only be able to create a new email account using the old email address once that old email address has been deleted. Currently the email address is only at the disabled, deactivated, or discontinued stage. Yahoo does recycle email addresses but doesn't guarantee that you will be able to reclaim a previous email address. I would keep sending emails to this email address. When you get a response that says the email can't be delivered because the email address has been deleted then and only then would I try creating a new account using that email address.
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