From: B VanArsdale <bv2002@gmail. com>
To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups. com
Well, I am a plus member so I just have it automatically forward to my gmail account. I did add the yahoo information to my gmail account so I can send as my yahoo account.
Does that make sense?
On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Kathy <kathleen03102@ yahoo.com
so you use your gmail account and just add your yahoo to it?
I should try that.
I've had that issue recently too. It happens in both IE and Firefox. I temporarily went back to gmail. I don't seem to get any delays when I have my mail forwarded here.
On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Nancy Fantuzzi <liltooz@yahoo. com
I am still experiences bad delays with my sent emails from my yahoo
email account. I've sent over 14 emails over the course of this
morning, and none have reached the recipients yet. Is there a place I
can let Yahoo know that there are delays or are delays posted
somewhere? This seems to be an on-going and very frustrating problem.
Emails that I sent on Sunday have just reached some recipients last
night and this morning. Will switching to Classic have an effect on
email delivery? Will forwarded all the emails I sent this morning to
the recipients help at all in getting the emails to them?
I also have bizarre issues in the last few days with replying to
emails. When I hit reply, often one of two things happens:
1. I cannot type in the body of the message. Its just frozen there.
So I have to cancel and try again.
2. I can type, but as soon as I hit a Yahoo special character (like
"C" for chat), it takes me to that place. So if I start typing the
word "nice", I can type N then I and when I get to "C" suddenly I'm in
chat. Often at this time, the to: field gets wiped out as well. I
usually have to cancel and try again.
If anyone has any advice or words of wisdom on how I can prevent or
protect myself against mail delays and/ir fix the issue with replying,
please let me know. I just don't know where to go from here.