This is exactly what happened to me. What I don t like about it, is now I m freezing alot, at times when I click on an email, I get a blank screen, it isMessage 1 of 46 , Sep 9, 2012View SourceThis is exactly what happened to me. What I don't like about it, is now I'm freezing alot, at times when I click on an email, I get a blank screen, it is slower, there are times I hit "send" and it closes me out, so I've lost what I did, among other things. I know others have suggested things and asked what browser I have, etc., and although I am not computer savy, my husband is and has me on all the best/newest stuff. Almost, my laptop is only 6 months old. All I can say is, I didn't have this before when I had classic. I have thousands of emails now that I've been trying to clean up and can't b/c I'm either freezing and have to "X" out or I'm getting blank screens. It's just taking too long to clean up. I'm going to have to go with someone else, tell everyone of my new address so I don't get anymore on yahoo, and then maybe I can start cleaning up. I hope you have better luck.From: Chris B <chrisjbrady@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 9, 2012 2:17 PM
Subject: [Y-Mail] Keeping Classic
Suddenly I cannot log in to my Yahoo Classic email accounts. All I get is a splash screen 'inviting' me to upgrade my account.
1/ 'NO' I DON'T WANT TO UPGRADE - CLASSIC IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME
2/ 'YES' I DO WANT TO ACCESS MY EMAILS
However Yahoo is FORCING me to upgrade - I cannot get to my emails any other way.
So the 'invitation' is not giving me any option - if I say 'yes' I get crap upgrade. If I do not say 'yes' I cannot access my emails
WHAT AN APPALLINGLY ARROGANCE WAY TO TREAT USERS.
So how do I retain Classic?
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Kathy, In New Yahoo! Mail, when you reply to a message, on the confirmation page, you have the option with a click to - go back to the message, go to theMessage 46 of 46 , Sep 12, 2012View SourceKathy,
In New Yahoo! Mail, when you reply to a message, on the confirmation page, you have the option with a click to - go back to the message, go to the previous message, or go to the next message.
New Yahoo! Mail's confirmation page lacks the ability to delete a message or move the message to a particular folder. However, if you click on the option to go back to the message, then from there you can select to delete the message or move the message to a particular folder.
That's not so different than Classic. Maybe it's something you could get used to if or when the Classic interface is removed.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, km <emailkathy@...> wrote:
> In classic, when you reply to a message, on the confirmation page, you have the option with a click to - go back to the message, delete the message, move the message to a particular folder, go to the previous message or go to the next message.ï¿½
> If there is short cut to do this, I haven't been enlightened about it and woul be very interested in learning.