Old Yahoo! Mail
- Just out of interest, when will the old Yahoo! be deleted?
I'm asking because friends use the old one (they hate this one) and they don't want to be forced to use this new one.
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- Hmm, I don't add events that often but I always assumed that if you
set the start and end dates it would do a recurring event on a daily
interval. I guess it may work differently than that, and for more
advanced repetition you unfortunately must revert to the classic calendar.
I kind of doubt you'll see a new calendar by the end of this month,
although it may hit your server first. Wait a minute, the calendar
doesn't show the f### servers, so when updated will it be distributed
all at once?
I don't think a sidebar will be added, but probably a matching update
to the calendar site.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Kenneth" <justkenneth@...> wrote:
> I still need to go to Yahoo! Calendar to create recurring events and
> to browse my events and appointments for the entire month.
> Are there plans to update the calendar strip's Add Event pop-up to
> allow the user to specify a recurring event?
> What about the Calendar link in the left-pane of Mail Beta? Will
> that eventually bring up a calendar view in the right-pane (user
> configurable to week/month/or year view) rather than opening the old
> Calendar interface in a separate window?
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Ryan Kennedy <rckenned@> wrote:
> > This is my personal view on the issue of the Classic Yahoo! Mail
> vs. the Beta Yahoo! Mail. Personally, I really enjoy the beta far
> more than Classic. I'm accustomed to the desktop application feel
> and I'm much happier not having the entire page redraw with every
> action. I think the communications platforms being integrated into
> the Beta are great. I use Yahoo! Calendar to manage my personal and
> my work calendar. Since the Calendar strip was added to the Beta, I
> don't think I've actually visited calendar.yahoo.com more than a
> handful of times...mostly just to accept event invitations. I
> haven't visited address.yahoo.com (Yahoo! Addressbook) since I
> started using the Beta. When the Messenger integration rolls out,
> there's some doubt in my mind of whether or not I'll continue
> running the desktop version. I enjoy having everything in one place
> where data can be quickly shared between the applications.
> > At the same time, there's a segment that isn't yet comfortable
> with the beta. There's no way a company like Yahoo! would jeopardize
> an immense userbase by forcing the Beta on them. Being #1 in
> webmail, that's something you don't take lightly. So have faith,
> we're not going to do something that would jeopardize what we have
> going on. Our jobs rely on it. ;)
> > Ryan Kennedy
> > Yahoo! Mail