There is no doubt in my mind that the product will
pass the beta test. They simply have the size of a
testing group they need right now for the current
phase of development. Be patient, I'm sure you'll be
using the new product sooner than you think.
--- mininchico <mininchico@...
> I just called the Yahoo Corporate offices in San
> Jose, CA (just
> south of where I live.) I told them I had been
> trying to sign up to
> beta test their new mail product and had not
> received an invite. I
> pay for all the Yahoo products and I figured they
> would send me an
> invite if that were to be their criteria.
> After talking with 5 different customer service reps
> and getting
> nothing but very vague answers, someone finally told
> me that they
> had enough beta testers and I would be informed on
> the yahoo main
> page of the new product roll-out "if" they deemed
> the new product
> acceptable to the public after the testing period.
> This leads me to believe that there is a
> possiblility that it may
> not pass the beta testing in the long run. They
> could also not give
> me any sort of time-frame for the end of the testing
> and the new
> roll-out. Too bad. I'm very disappointed.
> If anyone has heard anything different, please post.