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This is probably why yahoo is redirecting you. Att and yahoo have unmerged (or still trying to unmerge) the att legacy accounts from yahoo and others are having similar problems as yours. Login problems are what specifically prompted the announcement near the top right of this page.
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You may be going to an old link that is tied to the Yahoo E-mail, which is causing you to be redirected to the AT&T E-mail login. Check your URL bar to make sure there is a lock, so you know it is a secure site. You can also try logging in at the AT&T E-mail site to see if that helps with the issue. Hope this helps. David, AT&T Community Specialist
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