Re: I can migrate you to farm 308
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My main email address: netster007@...
My regular, test address: jakk9406@...
Hi, I am always anxious to get the new versions so I would like f308.
However, when I first read that title I knew there had to be a catch.
Unfortunately, my main account is AT&T sponsored so this alternate
account doesn't do too much good for me, I guess I will be able to see
new features (even though it'll probably be months of delay till they
make it to my real email account).
Yes, I know, AT&T doesn't want it's customers complaining when a
feature doesn't work perfectly, but isn't there any way for us to get
the new features without unreasonable delays (this applies to other Y!
services as well like photo mail and New Y! photos beta). Could I
make some agreement where I wouldn't freak out if some beta is a
little buggy and in return I would get the same access to new features
other accounts got (probably far too ideal to be possible)? I'd far
prefer it if rather than making the new domain and all the
modifications, AT&T just set us up as Y! plus addresses!
I don't know wether Yahoo! or AT&T has more control on this issue. As
a loyal Yahoo! user, it's something that's consistently bugged me.
This is unquestionably my biggest gripe with Yahoo!
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Jeffrey Bloom <eajeffcpa@...> wrote:
> Please migrate me to 308
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Ryan Kennedy <rckenned@...>
> To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Monday, December 4, 2006 5:33:53 PM
> Subject: [Y-Mail] I can migrate you to farm 308
> Okay, I mentioned a little while back that I'd have a surprise for the
> group. So here it is. For anyone on this group who's interested, I can
> migrate your Yahoo! Mail account to farm 308. Farm 308, as some have
> noticed, gets things before most other farms. This isn't just
> coincidence, it's early on our list when pushing out new stuff. So
> being on farm 308 means you get to check out any new builds before the
> folks on other farms.
> There is a limitation, however. I can't migrate any accounts from our
> broadband partners or small business accounts. That includes accounts
> from BT, Verizon, AT&T or Rogers. If you have an account with one of
> those providers or a small business account, I can still migrate you
> but you'll have to give me a normal Yahoo! account instead. Sorry I
> can't be more specific, but there's some complicated reasons behind it.
> If you're interested, please send me (rckenned@yahoo. com) a mail
> message from the Yahoo! Mail account you want migrated. I won't
> migrate a list of accounts you give me. I need to see the message come
> from the account you want migrated, that way I know it's your account.
> If you're already on farm 308, then I'm sorry this surprise doesn't do
> much for you. I'll try to make it up to you. ;)
> Ryan Kennedy
> Yahoo! Mail
> Do you Yahoo!?
> Everyone is raving about the all-new Yahoo! Mail beta.
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