Re: Problem with "New Mail"
- no, what I'm talking about is when you want to send a email to an
address located elsewhere on the web (like on Craigslist or any other
webpage) when I click on the the other person's email address instead
of my compose message window popping up, I am directed to
the "welcome screen" of my Yahoo mail.(which doesn't help me out at
all!) Maybe I am not describing my problem accurately. All I know is
that it is very frustating because before Yahoo changed the mail I
could click on an email address on a webpage and have my compose
message window pop up and then easily send an email. Now it is
harder because I have to cut/paste the other person's address to my
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Todd Richardson" <toddgrich@...>
> If you are looking at an address in the body of the email, that
> works perfectly for me.
> I did notice that I can only click on the sender of the email - I
> cannot click on the other email addresses in the CC fields.
> However, clicking on the sender creates a search for other email
> FROM the same source. interesting feature.
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <tigger1514@> wrote:
> > Ever since Yahoo changed to this "new mail" (which I HATE by the
> > I can't click on someone's email address(like to reply to a
> > ad) and then have the compose window pop up with the address
> > filled out. When I click on a address to send an email, I am
> > to the Welcome page of my mail. So then I have to click compose,
> > then go back and cut/paste the email address to the message.
> > My computer is already set to have Yahoo mail as my mail provider
> > the options setting. I haven't changed any settings on my
> > Prior to this new mail the other day, it was working just fine.
> > It's driving me crazy. Is anyone else having this same problem
> > anyone know how I can fix it? I already asked for help from
> > and they just told me to go under settings on my computer and
> > that Yahoo mail is listed as the email provider (which it already
> > HELP ME!!!
> > Thanks,
> > Mary