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How to Recover an inactive account from 2013.

New member | Level 2
New member | Level 2

I forgot my password to my yahoo email and dropbox account in 2013. I finally just received access to my email and saw that the account was inactive. I have tons of videos and pictures from my children that were sent or shared to my email and it says the link is disabled.

Is it possible to recover my account from 2013?
Is it possible to view the links of the shared movies and photos?
Please help.

Thank you.

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Re: How to Recover an inactive account from 2013.

Super User II
Super User II

@Amanda24j919 wrote:
Is it possible to recover my account from 2013?

I'm afraid that's not possible. Accounts that are idle for more than a year are deleted due to inactivity, along with their content.

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Re: How to Recover an inactive account from 2013.

Super User II
Super User II

@Amanda24j919 wrote:
Is it possible to recover my account from 2013?

I'm afraid that's not possible. Accounts that are idle for more than a year are deleted due to inactivity, along with their content.

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