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I have been switching back and forth occasionally between Yahoo Mail Beta and the original interface. Up until now, I have been leaning towards the original interface for my e-mail collaboration. However, I am now permanently hooked on the beta. It is now fast enough for my day to day use, and the interface is a dream come true.
I am still on an older build on server 365, but I am sure when they get around to updating it to current, I will be just as pleased, and hopefully confronted with some new features and performance enhancements.
It makes using e-mail fun again. Thanks Yahoo!Software  Article & Comments (4)
||Yahoo! Canada Mail Beta|
I am telling you the new Yahoo! mail is great!!! I am always on it. However sometimes I go get them and internet is too slow. That means I have to temperarily use the original Yahoo mail.
Yahoo now gives us a way better way of using e mail. I hope people will stop using Hotmail to come and use yahoo!
Yahoo! Mail team you are great!Tim | 04/20/2006, 15:20 [Reply]
I want To Change My address By beta 's page b/c i like itkalkidan | 09/28/2006, 05:12 [Reply]
||make a friend|
i like to make a new friends for imazine thoughts share with them& discuss with friendly & look for thir advise and run with them with ohestlovuin2 | 10/13/2006, 11:32 [Reply]
During the cancelation process, I was given a tiny little text area to express why I no longer appreciate what Yahoo! premium services offer. Here is what I wrote:
Your phone support technician, Jake made no attempt to resolve the send/receive issue I was having with my account. I asked if he could have someone look into the problem, or if he could transfer me to an higher level support employee, but he refused. He made me aware, that sometimes it can take up to 48 hours for Yahoo!'s mail server to deliver mail. This is not a service I would like to pay for. I told your representative I would wait 48 hours, and if the problem doesn't magically resolve on its own, I would be canceling my account. He replied it was my choice and I can do whatever I want. Please note that the problem in question, verifying e-mail addresses had been a problem for well over a year. When contacting your technical support over a year ago, I was given a work-around enabling me to bypass the verification codes. A year later, which is now, the work-around no longer works, I need to setup forwarding immediately, your tech support chooses to not help, and your business does not care if a paying customer renews his premium account. I don't feel the Yahoo! in the air anymore.myside | 05/17/2007, 20:05 [Reply]
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Main Entry:   spew   Pronunciation:   \ˈspyü\intransitive verb
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English spīwan; akin to Old High German spIwan to spit, Latin spuere, Greek ptyein   First Known Use: before 12th century