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Question by ajcoren@yahoo.com 
Submitted on 4/30/2004
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My employer has put a filter on Yahoo email.  Is there any way that I can get in to Yahoo to receive my mail (and possibly to use email as I would at a different location?)

Answer by shakir
Submitted on 5/7/2004
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i want to make email


Answer by jvgnr@spymac.com
Submitted on 6/15/2004
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use other yahoo sites like


Answer by LOL..... hehehe
Submitted on 6/17/2004
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If your that stupid, and want to get fired from your job then go for it!  Get a grip... most employers put filter's, or block websites because they DO NOT want you using company time or resources at WORK.  Use your computer at home, and check your e-mail there... This way... you get to keep your pay check every two week's, rather than getting fired from your job, and having unemployment deny your cliam!  


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