When you join the HPAA, you start out as an
email-only member of the appropriate forums -- and you receive emails of
the discussions on those forums. (The name of the originating forum is
given in the subject line of each email -- "HPAA Benefits"
"HPAA Finance" "HPAA Transition" "HPAA Jobs"
In order to browse or search past forum discussions,
you need a
Yahoo account. We can't create a Yahoo account for you -- you must do
it yourself. It takes less than five minutes to set up,
requires no personal information, and works with any email address.
1. Go to
2. If you have a Yahoo account, log in.
Otherwise, click "I can't access my account" then "I
forgot my Yahoo ID" then "Next"
3. Enter your email address and you will see
one of three messages:
"Yahoo ID Found." This
means that there is a Yahoo account associated
with that email address. Yahoo will send an
email to that address. (If you don't see the confirmation emails in a
few minutes, check your spam or junk folder. Gmail and other email
services often treat administrative messages from Yahoo as spam.
For Gmail, click "More" in the left-hand menu, then "Spam" to
find the folder.)
The email will give your Yahoo ID. Go back to
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/memwiz and log into
Yahoo. Yahoo's "Membership
Wizard" will help you link your groups to your account.
"Your Yahoo account has been
de-activated." This means that you are still a member of HPAA and still an email
member of your forums. Create a new Yahoo account following our directions at
"No matching alternate email address
found." You need a Yahoo account to browse or search the HPAA
forums. Click "Cancel." Create a new Yahoo account
following our directions at
4. Once you have a Yahoo account connected
to your group memberships, go to the group in question. Enter your
search into the box to the right of the "Yahoo Groups" logo at the top
of the page. Once the initial search has been made, you can then click
on the new, faint "Advanced Search" button that appears toward the
right. Expect to try several times to get what you want.
Note: The HPAA has no control over the advertising that is
displayed on Yahoo Groups -- and receives no revenue from it.
If difficulty, please email
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