I have a yahoo account that I made years ago. I left it unused for a while and I tried to open it recently but it wants me to verify my account by sending a code to my mobile number that I do not have. How can I access my account without my mobile number?
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I want to create a Yahoo/AOL account without any piece of recovery phone number/email.
Initially, it is not possible, as providing a phone number is a mandatory requirement to create an account itself. This ensures an automatic creation of recovery phone number.
(1) Is this understanding right in the first place?
(2) If that is right, then please provide me a way/trick to remove all recovery phone number(s)/email(s) from my Yahoo/AOL account. If there is no way to do that, answer this question with a “no”, and I will accept that.
PS: The reason I want an account without any recovery info is complex; I am experimenting something.
Yahoo mail deactivates mailboxes that are inactive for at least 12 months, but does not delete the Yahoo account itself.
So if we try to login using the Yahoo login page, and we type an email address, there are 2 possible messages that we would get:
1.] to provide a password for the Yahoo account we entered
2.] or, a message saying that the account does not exist [this message can either appear because either the account really does not exist, or because it once existed, but the owner deleted it, so the username is gone forever and cannot be reused.]
HOWEVER, check out this case yourself: Go to the Yahoo login page. Enter the email firstname.lastname@example.org, and then see what appears. The following message:
This account has been deactivated due to inactivity, but we would love to welcome you back! Click Sign up below to create your new account.
What could this message mean? I am not sure, so I tried to sign up for that email address, and got the following message on the account registration page:
This email address is not available for sign up, try something else
I am confused. What could be the story behind email@example.com? There are many other addresses with the same story. Did Yahoo delete such accounts due to inactivity? Because they can’t even be used to log in, nor to sign up. What’s the matter?
(1) Are the email sign up policies of Yahoo and AOL the exact same? For example, is it impossible to create both a Yahoo or AOL account without providing my phone number?
(2) If I sign up for AOL account (which requires me to provide phone number for my account security/recovery), can I later (after creating the account) remove ALL my recovery infos? That is, is it possible to have an AOL/Yahoo account with no piece of recovery method? Is that type of existence even possible? Yahoo/AOL mandates to give phone number as recovery info during sign up, but can I remove it afterwards or do some trick like adding a recovery email and then deleting all recovery options altogether? Can I do any trick to remove all recovery options from my account?
My wife uses a Yahoo account and will often forward emails to my Gmail account. When I get the emails they generally contain sparse text (multiple empty lines) and links/images are missing. Is there something she can change on her end that will make the forwarding actually forward the email properly.
In 2013, Yahoo had announced that it will delete inactive accounts and free them up to give them to new users (recycle account IDs). Users could apply for the ID they wanted and about a month later they would know if they got it or not. I think there was a fee for that? I don’t remember that.
Is this policy still enforced? Are inactive accounts deleted and recycled? I attempted to find but 2013 was the only year that was mentioned everywhere and the language suggested that it was a “one-time” thing.
Edit: This page really confuses me. They say it is not possible to reuse permanently deleted IDs but everywhere else (including on this site) I find that in 2013 at least, they made it available for reuse?