11 thoughts on “Best Yahoo Mobile Webmail Client Yet

  1. Dear Sir/Madam, I have a problem when I get an e-mail which has an Attachment as it is impossible to view a Basic HTML with Yahoo Mobile( I use Nokia Classic 311O ). I need your assistance. Thanks.

  2. The beta site has gone into service but as far as I can tell this is way more tedious than using a client on your mobile device. You have to pull up the website and log-in every time again (ID and PW). On my Nokia E51 I connect to my gmail account with one click. Is there any way around this?

  3. My mobile(SE Z550) mail client too shows the disguised address.
    Anyway, spam is a spam even if a single client jeopardizes your privacy.
    Btw, i still get nothing but “server timed out” or “could not locate remote server” @yahoo beta mail :(. May be it is yet to be extended for the Asia domain.

  4. Those headers aren’t displayed by default by most email clients.

    You can see them in gMail’s PC “Standard” version if you open an email and choose “Show original” from the dropdown at the top right of the message next to the “Repy” button.
    -Dennis Bournique

    *doh*. Silly me. I should have noticed that “show original” option.

    Well btw, my opera desktop mail client doesnt suffer from this issue. it only shows the diguised address. I would test the case with the mail client of my phone and report back.

  5. I’m loving the new Yahoo! beta mail. They’ve incorporated a significant number of upgrades that make reviewing my mail much less tedious and time-consuming. There are still some changes I’d like to see, namely some separation between the navigation buttons but they’re headed in the right direction.

  6. jbpseudo,

    Those headers aren’t displayed by default by most email clients.

    You can see them in gMail’s PC “Standard” version if you open an email and choose “Show original” from the dropdown at the top right of the message next to the “Repy” button.

    In Y!Mail’s “Classic” PC version click the “Full Headers” link at the bottom right of a message.

  7. I didnt know about the yahoo mail beta service before *yikes*.
    But unfortunately i only got server timed out the few times i tried to sign in :(.
    And btw, the “send mail as” service of gmail works perfectly for me. The mail i send doesnt mention anything about my primary gmail address at all.
    Did you click on “make default” under the preferred “send mail as” address?

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