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25031Re: [Y-Mail] Re: Classic Mail v.v. New Mail

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  • adeomus ********
    Jun 17, 2013
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       yes...and i was a die hard classic lover...i still love classic much more than the new mail, it was more streamlined and faster imho !

      but here we are...and i did try basic first..but to all classic lovers, the fully featured new mail is more like the classic than the basic is !!

      give it a shot..you will be surprised.
      it's not as horrible as the old " new mail"...i despised that !

      this new mail seems slower and more cumbersome in some ways,
      not new a,d " improved" over classic..
      but hey...we will adapt, we always do..


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      From: Kenneth <justkenneth@...>
      To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, June 17, 2013 2:07:33 PM
      Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: Classic Mail v.v. New Mail

      You say you're appalled at the features that Yahoo! Mail is lacking but you've deliberately chosen not to use the fully featured Yahoo! Mail.  It's not exactly fair to select a limited version and then complain about how limited it is.

      I'm using the fully featured Yahoo! Mail and it does have auto-save for drafts and auto-completion for the To and Cc fields.  I think these are the bells and whistles you actually want so you may want to reconsider your selection of the basic version. 


      --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Chris J Brady <chrisjbrady@...> wrote:
      > I tried converting one of my older Yahoo email accounts - which I rarely use - into New. I then chose Basic New because I really do NOT want the bells and whistles of HTML or RTF to slow down my already slow laptop.
      > BUT I WAS APPALLED. The one feature that was not available was auto-completion of recipient addresses in the To: and Cc: fields. I use this all the time because it saves having to search for addresses in a long list usually presented in a pop-up window.
      > I was also frustrated when I had typed in a load of text into a new email. There was no auto-save to Draft. When I entered the address of the recipient - I made a small error. I clicked on Send and an error message came up saying that the address was invalid. I hit the Back button AND ALL THE TEXT I'D TYPED IN WAS LOST. I had to start all over again.
      > This is not good. I have never met such an unfriendly system - and I was in at the very start of the Internet.
      > CJB.


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