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Flickr crashes briefly after Yahoo Mail outage


Flickr crashes briefly after Yahoo Mail outage | News | PC Pro
Flickr crashes briefly after Yahoo Mail outageYahoo Gallery
By Shona Ghosh

Posted on 13 Dec 2013 at 09:16

Flickr users were locked out of their accounts for up to two hours yesterday, as Yahoo struggled with webmail issues for the fourth day running.

The photo site went down at approximately 5pm GMT yesterday, though reportedly only for around ten minutes outside the US.

Yahoo didn't respond to a request for comment, but told Mashable the issue was unrelated to the ongoing email outage.

"Flickr was unavailable for a very short amount of time and this issue has been resolved," the spokesperson said. "We're sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused."

Mail woes

Yahoo has said it's still struggling to restore its webmail, after "hardware problems" knocked out the service on Monday.

The company hasn't explained what's behind the problem, blaming the outage on "complex" issues at its data centres. Garcinia Cambogia It's also admitted that some users have had problems since 25 November.

As of last night, most Yahoo Mail users should be able to access their accounts online, the company said.

But IMAP access is still down and the company admitted that a "small number of users" wouldn't be able to see messages sent before the outage.

"We're working hard to fully restore these inboxes," said the company. "In the meantime, these users should be receiving the backlog of emails sent during the outage and should be able to send and receive new messages."

The company yesterday struggled to restore access to thousands of users still locked out of their accounts, and to clear the massive backlog of emails sent during the outage.

In an update this morning, Yahoo Mail chief Jeff Bonforte said around 3% of affected users were still locked out of their accounts - though the company hasn't actually said how many customers were affected to begin with.

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