Why is yahoo allowing ads and news summary to obscure parts of email messages?

Question by Patt H: Why is yahoo allowing ads and news summary to obscure parts of email messages?
Lately a fashion ad is popping up on left side of email screen to obscure portions of email messages. Who is programing this? And I do not want the news summary on my email page. It appears before I can click on INBOX and usually freezes so that I have to Restart computer every time.

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Answer by zynr
Those are rollover ads, activated when your mouse passes over them. If you look closely… there’s a “close” option… often hard to see, but it’s there. They “allow” it because advertising is what allows us to get many Yahoo services for free.

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Is there a email interface to read yahoo answers? (Outlook or Windows mail)?

Question by Crazy Palms: Is there a email interface to read yahoo answers? (Outlook or Windows mail)?
Hi – Yahoo answers is a great resource. I would like to know if there is a email plugin for Outlook 2010 or Windows mail (or even gmail) to read the Yahoo answers – just like we can read a newsgroup in a email client like Windows mail.

Is this possible? That would be very useful. Today, I get an email when my questions are answered; what I am looking for is to read others questions and answers in a email client (just like I would read a usenet newsgroup via email client)

Thanks for any help here !!!

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Answer by Yahzmin (US)
Not directly that I know of. However, if you go to the HOME page of Yahoo Answers and scroll down about 1/2 way, on the RIGHT, there is an RSS feed link there. If you click on that, you can ‘subscribe’ to that RSS feed and that might do what you want.

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