Re: [Y-Mail] FW: att.net Mail is upgrading: What it means for you.
- AT&T uses the Yahoo format for email. My neighbor uses AT&T. She uses the web for her email. It used to be called AT&T/Yahoo. Not sure if it is called the same today. Several use the web mail for the newest PC's do not have Outlook Express. I wish Microsoft did not take it away for I liked it!I use Thunderbird now. Windows Live is no longer an option with Windows 8. I did not like Windows Live so I bought Outlook. Thunderbird is easier and it is FREE. Outlook is expensive to use for email.Donna Ford Lee ♂+♀=♡Tulsa, OKSent Via My iPhone
On May 27, 2013, at 12:55 AM, "Arlene" <arhertel@...> wrote:
hmm....don't click on any links !!
--- On Mon, 5/27/13, Arlene <arhertel@...> wrote:
From: Arlene <arhertel@...>
Subject: [Y-Mail] FW: att.net Mail is upgrading: What it means for you.
Received: Monday, May 27, 2013, 1:55 AM
We're making improvements to att.net Mail!
On or after June 10, 2013, through July 2013 all users of att.net Mail will be prompted to upgrade their att.net Mail accounts. You'll see some exciting changes in att.net webmail that include a new look and feel that makes att.net webmail even easier to use. Once your account is upgraded, the webmail version you're currently using will no longer be available.
What you can look forward to:
- Faster email
- The latest Mail spam-protection technology and scanning for relevant advertising display
- Easier-to-use design
- On the day of the att.net webmail upgrade, you will be able to choose to customize the email scanning settings for your account.
- There is no impact to your email IDs, saved messages, webmail folders, passwords, email client settings, or service, based on this upgrade.
- To learn more about the new att.net Mail visit http://www.att.com/latestmail
We hope you enjoy the new att.net Mail.
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