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I don't find ANYTHING in Mozilla support about synchronizing two e-mail address lists.

For example, I have a long-existing Yahoo e-mail account (over 18 years), and now I have the Yahoo e-mail extension for Mozilla Firefox. This extension does not know anything about the address list or address book in my Yahoo e-mail, and I do not see anything about synchronizing the two programs so that they have the same address list. If you don't like the words "synchronize" or "synch" for doing this, then it is up to you to think up some different terminology. In my case, if I have an address list in my PC, and then I copy that by hand onto pieces of paper, I then have two address lists that are synchronized. Synchronizing two address lists by computer should be much easier than this, and if I make a new entry in one address list, then it should be automatically copied onto the other, keeping them "synchronized".

As it stands now, if I click on the word TO:, or click by it, in your Yahoo e-mail extension, it does absolutely nothing but sit there with its tail stuck in its ear.

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I don't find ANYTHING in Mozilla support about synchronizing two e-mail address lists. For example, I have a long-existing Yahoo e-mail account (over 18 years), and now I have the Yahoo e-mail extension for Mozilla Firefox. This extension does not know anything about the address list or address book in my Yahoo e-mail, and I do not see anything about synchronizing the two programs so that they have the same address list. If you don't like the words "synchronize" or "synch" for doing this, then it is up to you to think up some different terminology. In my case, if I have an address list in my PC, and then I copy that by hand onto pieces of paper, I then have two address lists that are synchronized. Synchronizing two address lists by computer should be much easier than this, and if I make a new entry in one address list, then it should be automatically copied onto the other, keeping them "synchronized". As it stands now, if I click on the word TO:, or click by it, in your Yahoo e-mail extension, it does absolutely nothing but sit there with its tail stuck in its ear. Dale A. Wood

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Sorry, Firefox doesn't do email, it's strictly a web browser.

You are using Firefox to access your mail at Yahoo!Mail. You need to seek support from Yahoo or the author of that extension.

https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop

Sorry, Firefox doesn't do email, it's strictly a web browser. You are using Firefox to access your mail at Yahoo!Mail. You need to seek support from Yahoo or the author of that extension. https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop

Umnikazi wombuzo

Firefox DOES do e-mail with the Yahoo e-mail extension that is available right there on YOUR Web Page.

I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me. I specifically mentioned the Yahoo e-mail extension that is provided by Mozilla Firefox and is available from Your Web Page. I have seen it with my own eyes. I have downloaded it, installed it, and used it to send e-mail. The only problem is that we have to type in e-mail addresses by hand.

You might try looking at it with your own eyes before you automatically get disagreeable with people!

Prof. Dale A. Wood


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Sorry, Firefox doesn't do email, it's strictly a web browser. You are using Firefox to access your mail at Yahoo!Mail. You need to seek support from Yahoo or the author of that extension. https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop
Firefox DOES do e-mail with the Yahoo e-mail extension that is available right there on YOUR Web Page. I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me. I specifically mentioned the Yahoo e-mail extension that is provided by Mozilla Firefox and is available from Your Web Page. I have seen it with my own eyes. I have downloaded it, installed it, and used it to send e-mail. The only problem is that we have to type in e-mail addresses by hand. You might try looking at it with your own eyes before you automatically get disagreeable with people! Prof. Dale A. Wood ''the-edmeister [[#answer-896049|said]]'' <blockquote> Sorry, Firefox doesn't do email, it's strictly a web browser. You are using Firefox to access your mail at Yahoo!Mail. You need to seek support from Yahoo or the author of that extension. https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop </blockquote>

Umnikazi wombuzo

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities.

Dale A. Wood

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood
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edit: Why did I even bother trying with this rude person with a attitude. I got better things to do like help other people here who want to be helped and is not rude.

edit: Why did I even bother trying with this rude person with a attitude. I got better things to do like help other people here who want to be helped and is not rude.

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Europamoon100 said

I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me.

With all due respect, I find that hard to believe, unless you retired before 1995 when the curricula for those two 'schools' would have been a 'hotbed' of activity related to computer science; with the the lack of the knowledge of the differences between POP/ SMTP and HTTPS/HTTP protocols for internet communications. Liberal arts professor maybe, not not EE and mathematics unless you retired back in the 1960's, in waning days of vacuum tubes in electronics equipment and when slide rules were being for mathematical calculations; giving deference to the possibility that you are a fellow "senior citizen".

Then there's lack of precise information in your support question; surely you expected more of your students when they asked questions of you. I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. Can you identify that extension from this search? search of the add-ons website for Yahoo e-mail extension. Did I miss seeing it? With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.

And using both barrels (two postings) to express your mis-aimed anger is a bit over the top, don't you think? At 67yo myself the eyes may be failing, "the mind" may not be as sharp as it was. But this one ain't on me. No "shirking my responsibilities" here - just GIGO.

''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896076|said]]'' <blockquote> I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me. </blockquote> With all due respect, I find that hard to believe, unless you retired before 1995 when the curricula for those two 'schools' would have been a 'hotbed' of activity related to computer science; with the the lack of the knowledge of the differences between POP/ SMTP and HTTPS/HTTP protocols for internet communications. Liberal arts professor maybe, not not EE and mathematics unless you retired back in the 1960's, in waning days of vacuum tubes in electronics equipment and when slide rules were being for mathematical calculations; giving deference to the possibility that you are a fellow "senior citizen". Then there's lack of precise information in your support question; surely you expected more of your students when they asked questions of you. I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. Can you identify that extension from this search? [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=+Yahoo+e-mail+extension&appver=45.0&platform=windows search of the add-ons website for '''Yahoo e-mail extension''']. Did I miss seeing it? ''With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.'' And using both barrels (two postings) to express your mis-aimed anger is a bit over the top, don't you think? ''At 67yo myself ''the eyes'' may be failing, "the mind" may not be as sharp as it was. But this one ain't on me. No "shirking my responsibilities" here - '''just GIGO'''''.

Umnikazi wombuzo

YOU do not have any business being a rude and insolent smartass to people who write you.

I am going to report you to the Mozilla Foundation, and I hope that someone there kicks your butt!

Dale A. Wood

YOU do not have any business being a rude and insolent smartass to people who write you. I am going to report you to the Mozilla Foundation, and I hope that someone there kicks your butt! Dale A. Wood

Umnikazi wombuzo

You also seem to have no idea that illegal activity probably has been going on here:

Either someone has been using the "Mozilla" and "Firefox" trademarks without permission, which is illegal in the United States. Maybe Yahoo is the one who has been doing this.

or someone has been using the trademark "Yahoo" without permission, and that could be Mozilla Firefox or some third party. This is also illegal.

If someone makes and distributes an extension for Mozilla Firefox, and uses those trademarks, you are still responsible. If it was illegal activity, you are still responsible for protecting your own trademarks, as well as protecting your users from sham software extensions.

I also think that you are more interested in shooting your mouth off than in doing your job. Maybe you should resign.

You also seem to have no idea that illegal activity probably has been going on here: Either someone has been using the "Mozilla" and "Firefox" trademarks without permission, which is illegal in the United States. Maybe Yahoo is the one who has been doing this. or someone has been using the trademark "Yahoo" without permission, and that could be Mozilla Firefox or some third party. This is also illegal. If someone makes and distributes an extension for Mozilla Firefox, and uses those trademarks, you are still responsible. If it was illegal activity, you are still responsible for protecting your own trademarks, as well as protecting your users from sham software extensions. I also think that you are more interested in shooting your mouth off than in doing your job. Maybe you should resign.

Umnikazi wombuzo

Europamoon100 said

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood

Europamoon100 said

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood

Europamoon100 said

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood

Europamoon100 said

Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood
''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896077|said]]'' <blockquote> Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood </blockquote> ''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896077|said]]'' <blockquote> Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood </blockquote> ''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896077|said]]'' <blockquote> Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood </blockquote> ''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896077|said]]'' <blockquote> Yes, sir, when something comes from the Mozilla Websites, you are responsible for it, and it is very unbecoming of you to shirk your responsibilities. Dale A. Wood </blockquote>

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Ed was claiming that the e-mail extension that I did not come from Mozilla. That is insulting.

I got it from right here; at this page in the Mozilla.org Web site:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=yahoo 

There is no need to do a silly Web search for this kind of thing like Ed did.

Just go to Mozilla Firefox and click on the three horizontal lines icon. Then click on Add-ons. Then click on "Get Add-ons" Then search for "Yahoo mail"

I got one called "Yahoo mail 1.0" There are several other Yahoo mail add-ons offered by Mozilla.

Actually, in my case, I did not have to search for one because one was offered to me, and I took it.

But to say that Firefox does not do e-mail is a falsehood. Firefox does do e-mail with the extensions that are offered by Mozilla.

As far as I am concerned, extensions are just as much a part of Firefox as anything else because they get put right into the computers registry along with Firefox and anything else Mozilla.

It is just as if I have a General Motors car, and I get a radio at a GM dealer, and I install it in my car. That radio is just as much a part of my GM car as anything else is. Also, if something doesn't work right with that radio, the first thing that I do is to go back to the GM dealership and inquire with them about it. I absolutely do not expect to be slapped with "GM doesn't do radios". I expect to be helped.

Ed was claiming that the e-mail extension that I did not come from Mozilla. That is insulting. I got it from right here; at this page in the Mozilla.org Web site: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=yahoo There is no need to do a silly Web search for this kind of thing like Ed did. Just go to Mozilla Firefox and click on the three horizontal lines icon. Then click on Add-ons. Then click on "Get Add-ons" Then search for "Yahoo mail" I got one called "Yahoo mail 1.0" There are several other Yahoo mail add-ons offered by Mozilla. Actually, in my case, I did not have to search for one because one was offered to me, and I took it. But to say that Firefox does not do e-mail is a falsehood. Firefox does do e-mail with the extensions that are offered by Mozilla. As far as I am concerned, extensions are just as much a part of Firefox as anything else because they get put right into the computers registry along with Firefox and anything else Mozilla. It is just as if I have a General Motors car, and I get a radio at a GM dealer, and I install it in my car. That radio is just as much a part of my GM car as anything else is. Also, if something doesn't work right with that radio, the first thing that I do is to go back to the GM dealership and inquire with them about it. I absolutely do not expect to be slapped with "GM doesn't do radios". I expect to be helped.

Umnikazi wombuzo

You have a real problem with lack of knowledge about electrical engineering and its subspecialties, and also in your timeline. I completed my MSEE in 1980, so 1995 doesn't have anything to do with it. Also, I am a specialist in RF communications and signal processing, especially in microwave and satellite communications. I did not have anything to do with Computer Science stuff like HTML, HTTP, the Internet Protocol, routing protocols, or anything like that. That is Computer Science and not electronics engineering, microwaves, antennas, signal analysis, amplifiers, transistors, and modulation.

You really ought to keep your mouth shut when you don't know the difference between computer science and electronics engineering. Also, your history is bad because when I was an undergraduate in E.E. in the mid-1970s, we did not study ANYTHING about vacuum tubes, but rather we studied solid-state electronics (diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits), and also in 1974, electronic hand-held calculators became very common, and I had one. I know how to use a slide rule because I learned about those in high school.

You need to learn to keep your mouth shut about such things. You had no business saying anything about them at all.

Furthermore, I had questions about software that is offered by Mozilla, and if you did not know the answers, you should not have shot your mouth off about Firefox and its add-ons and extensions and where they come from. Mozilla offers lots of these things on its Web sites, and it is perfectly reasonable for people to ask questions about them and to expect help. Also, if I said that I downloaded one of these from Mozilla, you can bet your butt that this is true. There is no place for arguing about that, and then furthermore saying that you could not find any of them.

Dale A. Wood

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Europamoon100 said
I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me.

With all due respect, I find that hard to believe, unless you retired before 1995 when the curricula for those two 'schools' would have been a 'hotbed' of activity related to computer science; with the the lack of the knowledge of the differences between POP/ SMTP and HTTPS/HTTP protocols for internet communications. Liberal arts professor maybe, not not EE and mathematics unless you retired back in the 1960's, in waning days of vacuum tubes in electronics equipment and when slide rules were being for mathematical calculations; giving deference to the possibility that you are a fellow "senior citizen".

Then there's lack of precise information in your support question; surely you expected more of your students when they asked questions of you. I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. Can you identify that extension from this search? search of the add-ons website for Yahoo e-mail extension. Did I miss seeing it? With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.

And using both barrels (two postings) to express your mis-aimed anger is a bit over the top, don't you think? At 67yo myself the eyes may be failing, "the mind" may not be as sharp as it was. But this one ain't on me. No "shirking my responsibilities" here - just GIGO.

You have a real problem with lack of knowledge about electrical engineering and its subspecialties, and also in your timeline. I completed my MSEE in 1980, so 1995 doesn't have anything to do with it. Also, I am a specialist in RF communications and signal processing, especially in microwave and satellite communications. I did not have anything to do with Computer Science stuff like HTML, HTTP, the Internet Protocol, routing protocols, or anything like that. That is Computer Science and not electronics engineering, microwaves, antennas, signal analysis, amplifiers, transistors, and modulation. You really ought to keep your mouth shut when you don't know the difference between computer science and electronics engineering. Also, your history is bad because when I was an undergraduate in E.E. in the mid-1970s, we did not study ANYTHING about vacuum tubes, but rather we studied solid-state electronics (diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits), and also in 1974, electronic hand-held calculators became very common, and I had one. I know how to use a slide rule because I learned about those in high school. You need to learn to keep your mouth shut about such things. You had no business saying anything about them at all. Furthermore, I had questions about software that is offered by Mozilla, and if you did not know the answers, you should not have shot your mouth off about Firefox and its add-ons and extensions and where they come from. Mozilla offers lots of these things on its Web sites, and it is perfectly reasonable for people to ask questions about them and to expect help. Also, if I said that I downloaded one of these from Mozilla, you can bet your butt that this is true. There is no place for arguing about that, and then furthermore saying that you could not find any of them. Dale A. Wood ''the-edmeister [[#answer-896107|said]]'' <blockquote> ''Europamoon100 [[#answer-896076|said]]'' <blockquote> I am a former professor of electrical engineering and mathematics, and I hate it when people jump to a conclusion and dispute with me. </blockquote> With all due respect, I find that hard to believe, unless you retired before 1995 when the curricula for those two 'schools' would have been a 'hotbed' of activity related to computer science; with the the lack of the knowledge of the differences between POP/ SMTP and HTTPS/HTTP protocols for internet communications. Liberal arts professor maybe, not not EE and mathematics unless you retired back in the 1960's, in waning days of vacuum tubes in electronics equipment and when slide rules were being for mathematical calculations; giving deference to the possibility that you are a fellow "senior citizen". Then there's lack of precise information in your support question; surely you expected more of your students when they asked questions of you. I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. Can you identify that extension from this search? [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=+Yahoo+e-mail+extension&appver=45.0&platform=windows search of the add-ons website for '''Yahoo e-mail extension''']. Did I miss seeing it? ''With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.'' And using both barrels (two postings) to express your mis-aimed anger is a bit over the top, don't you think? ''At 67yo myself ''the eyes'' may be failing, "the mind" may not be as sharp as it was. But this one ain't on me. No "shirking my responsibilities" here - '''just GIGO'''''. </blockquote>
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Europamoon100:

Cool it down. We are all volunteers here. We don't work for Mozilla nor are we interested in being verbally abused when trying to assist users with their issues. As Ed mentioned above, "Yahoo Mail 1.0" is vague and it would be nice to know what extension specifically you are referring to.

By the way, telling Moderators to shut their mouths continuously will not help your case and will detract other users from attempting to assist you. Rudeness isn't tolerated here.

Lastly, the add-ons listed on AMO (addons.mozilla.org) are not developed by Mozilla but rather independent developers who submit their add-ons to be used in Firefox. Therefore, if you are having an issue with an add-on (e.g. Yahoo Mail 1.0), you need to contact the developer directly as we can't do anything about it.

Europamoon100: Cool it down. We are all volunteers here. We don't work for Mozilla nor are we interested in being verbally abused when trying to assist users with their issues. As Ed mentioned above, "Yahoo Mail 1.0" is vague and it would be nice to know what extension <b>specifically</b> you are referring to. By the way, telling Moderators to shut their mouths continuously will not help your case and will detract other users from attempting to assist you. Rudeness isn't tolerated here. Lastly, the add-ons listed on AMO (addons.mozilla.org) are not developed by Mozilla but rather independent developers who submit their add-ons to be used in Firefox. Therefore, if you are having an issue with an add-on (e.g. Yahoo Mail 1.0), you need to contact the developer directly as we can't do anything about it.
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the-edmeister said

I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. Can you identify that extension from this search? search of the add-ons website for Yahoo e-mail extension. Did I miss seeing it? With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.

Europamoon100 said

I got one called "Yahoo mail 1.0"

Thank you for answering my question. But still no cigar! Not to be picky, but a hyperlink to that extension would have been appropriate considering that the Add-ons website search I just did didn't come up with an extension by that exact name.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=Yahoo+mail+1.0 We have reduced the number of search results from 318 done to only 95


Unfortunately, your continued insolence towards not only me but other contributors in this thread isn't conducive to my spending any more time trying to help you.

''the-edmeister [[#answer-896107|said]]'' <blockquote> I viewed your More System Details as I usually do to come up with the exact name for that extension to be able to research something that I wasn't familiar with - but it's not listed under installed extensions. And I did a search for an extension at the official add-ons website before answering to try to help you. '''Can you identify that extension from this search?''' [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=+Yahoo+e-mail+extension&appver=45.0&platform=windows search of the add-ons website for '''Yahoo e-mail extension''']. Did I miss seeing it? ''With 385 search results how far down the list should a person be expected to look? I quit looking at the end of the first page.'' </blockquote> ''Europamoon100 said'' <blockquote> I got one called "Yahoo mail 1.0"</blockquote> '''Thank you for answering my question.''' But still no cigar! Not to be picky, but a hyperlink to that extension would have been appropriate considering that the Add-ons website search I just did didn't come up with an extension by that exact name. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=Yahoo+mail+1.0 We have reduced the number of search results from 318 done to only 95 -------------------------- Unfortunately, your continued insolence towards not only me but other contributors in this thread isn't conducive to my spending any more time trying to help you.
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Dale, I'll help. When I click on "More system details" on your question, the extensions it says you have are:

  • Firefox Hello 1.3.2 (loop@mozilla.org)
  • Multi-process staged rollout 1.0 (e10srollout@mozilla.org)
  • Pocket 1.0.2 (firefox@getpocket.com)

It doesn't look like you have any Yahoo add-ons installed, so I'm unclear of what you're referring to. Maybe take a screenshot of what you're seeing? For instructions, visit How do I create a screenshot of my problem?. Once you've done that, attach the saved screenshot file to your forum post by clicking the Browse... button below the Post your reply box.

Dale, I'll help. When I click on "''More system details''" on your question, the extensions it says you have are: * Firefox Hello 1.3.2 (loop@mozilla.org) * Multi-process staged rollout 1.0 (e10srollout@mozilla.org) * Pocket 1.0.2 (firefox@getpocket.com) It doesn't look like you have any Yahoo add-ons installed, so I'm unclear of what you're referring to. Maybe take a screenshot of what you're seeing? For instructions, visit [[How do I create a screenshot of my problem?]]. Once you've done that, attach the saved screenshot file to your forum post by clicking the '''Browse...''' button below the ''Post your reply'' box.