Top 1000 Yahoo Domains


Expanding on our previous post where we listed the Top150 most popular domains that have their email requirements handled by Yahoo, this list is expanded to include the Top 1000 domains.

This is part of a series of blog articles providing insight into what domains have their mail handled by which large inbox providers, recently we also take a look at AOL and today we revealed Outlook/Windows Live Top100 too.

Remember the data is  always subject to change, especially when considering TLD (top-level domains) not owned by Yahoo. Notably for example, currently phasing out Yahoo.
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