"Seems good..."on by lbut
Pros Finally you can have that easy to use, clear interface in a Web Email client.
Cons Can't really think of any as yet.
Summary Seems like Yahoo has woken up at last. When I first got Yahoo Mail, I was like 'woooq?', the interface really took me by surprise. I used to use hotmail, but the lack of storage space (I don't even get the abysmal 256 MB storage as US customers, we EU citizens get a disgusting 2 MB!) and the 1 GB storage yahoo offered looked attractive. However Hotmail still had a much better interface. Anyway, even yahoo;s interface may have looked outdated, it still got the job done, and really well in fact. Yahoo offers a couple of features that I found to be exceptionally useful- POP3 email downloading, extensive spam filter, great address book, etc. And what can I say; a new Outlook atyle interface that can be taken anywhere? Yahoo will surely rule the roost and be king.
Pros Interface similar to Outlook, Very fast, Great mail options and management of external pop3 accounts
Cons It's still in beta mode, and many features which Oddpost had, they still haven't incorporated.
Summary Yahoo's technology was bought when they acquired Oddpost.com. I've been using Oddpost for about 2 years now and I am quite happy with it. Now that Yahoo has been upgraded I was invited to beta test it, and I must say I am quite happy with what I am seeing. I think they are doing a great job on the user interface to make it more appealing and easier to access that Oddpost used to be. I also like many of the new features they are incorporating into it.
Since it's still in beta, there are some features missing, but I'm sure by the time they are finished testing and upgrading everything, it will be the #1 e-mail provider.
Pros No scanned advertisement
Cons No free POP3. More storage on Gmail
Summary Until they offer POP3 for free, it's strictly Gmail for me (that rhymes ).
Seriously speaking, while I do have a Yahoo acount, I do not use it because of the lack of free POP3. It's good, nonetheless (that's why I gave it a 7), but I find it easier for me to retrieve all my mail using Outlook. I'll keep using Gmail.
Furthermore, If Gmail didn't come out with its massive amount of storage do you really think Yahoo and other would have increased theirs?
Pros Windows XP it stop the Ads
Cons Windows Vista has the Ads
Summary It stop the Advertising on the Windows XP but why does it not stop the Advertising on the Windows Vista. I hate the ads flashing in my face while I read and write my e-mail. Please help.
Pros Not Available
Cons Not Available
Summary Much improved Yahoo!Mail, however I frequently experience technical problems like inability to load XML data and crashing Firefox 18.104.22.168.