I recently changed my password on my Yahoo email account. Because of a breach at Yahoo, it's recommended.
I've use Seamonky as my email program. I put in my new password when I used it to check my email but I had a minor problem. As long as I kept the program open everything worked fine but if I closed the program and opened it again it kept asking for my Yahoo password and didn't give me an option to save it, as I had it before.
Searching online, I could not find any reference to fixing this problem with Seamonkey but I did find some info on Thunderbird.
Because both Thunderbird and Seamonkey come from the same family tree I figured if it works for Thunderbird then it would probably work for Seamonkey.
It involves finding a file called prefs.js. On my system it was located at: C:\Users\Terry\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\SeaMonkey\Profiles\8vu1wsq5.default. Open it in notepad and find the following line: user_pref("signon.rememberSignons", false);.
Just erase the word false and replace it with the word true. Save it. Before I would put in the password with no option to save it after doing this there was a checkbox there so I could check the option to save the password.
A woman bought me her laptop the touchpad wasn't working. It turns out with this model (sorry, can't remember exact model), you can enable or disable it with the F6 key.
The key has a symbol that looks like a hand pointing at a square.