Is it being sluggish and non-responsive for anyone else today? I have to click on my messages 2 or 3 times to get them to open, as well as deleting or switching folders...<br><br>I keep getting a 'timed out' error..<br><br>Arggh....<br><br>
I get that sometimes, but no problems at present. <br><br>BTW, not to shill for Yahoo...but I just upgraded to the Yahoo Plus for $29.99 a year...and I love it...10MB attachments, 25MB storage, and here is the bonus...I can send from multiple e-mail addresses, and there is no advertisement at the bottom of my e-mails anymore :)<br><br>
Eh, I can live with what I got for Yahoo...<br><br>I can always switch over to my .mac webmail should they ever get their act together over there...<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red>
I just visited it...it is cool, but still very elementary..unfortunately, it doesn't touch Yahoo's Mail/Addresses/Notepad/Calendar interface. Plus, I need the capibility to send and receive e-mail from multiple accounts on the fly. <br><br>
I don't use the whole calender/notepad thing, but what I WOULD like is for all the addresses to be in a drop-down 'Quick Address' menu like Apple is obviously planning to do...<br><br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
When I am at work, I need access to all of my e-mail from multiple accounts, and Yahoo's webmail is the best interface there is, far and away. Nobody even comes close. I answer different e-mails from different accounts (listener e-mail, personal e-mail, etc.)<br><br>I find it to be so good and useful for my purpose, that I have no problem paying $30 a year for it. <br><br><br><br>
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