- Jul 29, 2005Y! & Google will suffer? What the ... r u talking about?!? Guillaume
posts that the new MSIE7 (in limited beta) won't load Y! Mail and you
think this is an indication that Y! & Google r stupid? Wow... that's
Regarding downloading interfaces, the Y! Mail beta is the next step in
that direction - it's quite possible the site's cached DHTML won't be
updated unless 1) you have your browser set to update everytime a site
is visited or 2) there's an update provided by Yahoo!.
"To finish the joke..." ???? I didn't notice that one was started.
Maybe I am replying to a joke and don't realize it. At this point I
really am not sure I understand your post. It doesn't make a lot of
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Gaby Wilde <factuurexpress@y...> wrote:
> Yes, now yahoo and google will suffer, just like we did as they
didn't support other browsers. I
> remeber looking for an hour for a way to upload photos to yahoo not
knowing it was a IE feature I
> had used before.
> I mean if users are mkaing their own browsers with duck tape and
glue? Doesn't that mean yahoo and
> google should put their billions were our needs are?
> Kind of stupid to follow what the crowd does if microsoft is ruling
> I must have 200 programs running people made for free and they are
all better as the payed
> There must be 20 browsers out there that are worth buying for MS Y!
and GOOG. So it's a matter of
> putting the money were their mouth is.
> They've hacked hotmail and yahoo webmail into Tunderbird a long time
ago. It's not like yahoo will
> prevent me from downloading my email no matter how hard they try.
> To finish the joke....
> If you make a mail client in DHTML or what ever language. why should
I have to download the
> interface each time I use it? Why not serve the page from disk? I
only need the messages, and I
> only need them 1 time, the next time it should be served from disk.
> Even IE can do this! hahahahahaha
> --- Guillaume <guillaume.belfiore@g...> wrote:
> > Yahoo Mail is not working thru Internet Explorer 7 beta right now.
> > I think I also heard that Gmail did not go thru either.
> > Hopefully this will not putt off the Yahoo! Mail beta ....
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
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