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Removing Bt Yahoo Email On-Screen Password

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lacmag3 | 01:37 Sat 09th Jan 2016 | Computers
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My computer is now being shared with colleagues and I need to remove my password from the login screen for BT Yahoo mail where I had previously added it for convenience as a single user. Can anyone help me remove it?

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Your computer, per se, doesn't store your password. It's the specific program that you use to access your email which stores it - and you've not told us what that program is!

There are two completely separate ways of accessing a BT Yahoo account. Firstly, you can go to the relevant web page and sign in there. To do so, you simply use your normal web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera or whatever). If that's how you access your mail, please tell us which web browser you're using.

Alternatively you can use a dedicated email client, such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Windows 10 Mail or Thunderbird. If that's how you're accessing your mail, please tell us which email client you're using.

Once we know how you access your email account we'll then be able to tell you how to delete passwords from the relevant program.
Can you delete the Yahoo password ? Why not simply tell the group what the group's e-mail password is ?
If the computer is being shared set up a separate Windows logon for each user.

This is easy to do in Windows.

Then each user logs on to their own Windows desktop and nobody can see anyone else's desktop.

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