Re: [Y-Mail] Re: Yahoo Mail Beta ... beta no more
- Well, Google put GMail out of beta just to sell his services to companies that wanted an enterprise webmail, but I do agree that still have too much work to do in Yahoo Mail before it gets ready to use as production webmail. What is so hard about integrating Calendar and Notepad if one of our friends here in the group did it with a simple java script?--
Henrique "LonelySpooky" Junior
From: GuillaumeB <guillaume@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 5:08 AM
Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: Yahoo Mail Beta ... beta no moreWell then if what you say is true, and I do hope this is, why the hell would they promote the end of the beta as it the product had reached a revolutionnary stage ? Couldn't they just put off the beta tag and keep quiet ?
I mean, the only new feature that we have right now in this new version is... Facebook chat...
Why would they promote the end of the beta... Just make them stupid. Anyhow, I'm at work right now, just about to write down an article on that...not a kind one...
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, G Pollara <gpollara@...> wrote:
> To be honest, it's all in the name "beta". Presumably they think it's stable
> enough to be a full offering. As long as development on it doesn't slow down,
> then nothing really changes. There wouldn't really be much difference to, for
> example, adding calendar integration to an official yahoo mail release as
> opposed to a beta.
> Personally, I think the rush has been to try and switch as many people as
> possible to the new version so they can start to shut down the multiple old
> platforms. Seems a very bold but sensible strategy to me.
> From: GuillaumeB <guillaume@...>
> To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tue, 24 May, 2011 8:35:28
> Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: Yahoo Mail Beta ... beta no more
> I just cant believe they would rush it just because summer is around the corner.
> talk about making products better Mr Irving...
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "G Pollara" <gpollara@> wrote:
> > Strange thing missing from this is the interchangeability between a classic and
> >a preview pane type of look. I would have thought that if yahoo wanted everyone
> >to switch, this would have been a key determining factor for some users.
> > Oh and hope development / refinement continues - plenty more potential in there
> >- calendar integration perhaps?