I don't want my personal info on auto-generated cards!
I don't want my phone number which I did not give permission to show up in the auto-generated cards. I don't give my phone number to everyone and now it's part of the email is very wrong. Also I want the classic yahoo format back!!!
The phone number is only visible to you.
It is not sent through email to people you are conversing with.
Kimberly Pruett commented
I agree.....I have my business phone number in my signature line but my auto generated card is giving out my cell phone number. Not cool. I don't want every one of my clients, clients having my cell number.
Too many dislikes to the new mail format (would prefer to have continued using the old classic email format forever!) to list all of them...... but here are a few:
1: reply info detail missing - need to be able to see all recipients, date/time, etc. should be returned to the old classic email format
2: cannot figure out how to add a new contact from an email...used to be a simple hover to highlight the email address in the email itself and then a click to add to contacts. Now just highlights with no options. Should be returned to old classic email format.
3: hot button locations - these have been moved entirely too far from the old classic email format and should be returned. IE: the delete button moved from left of center to far right corner.
4: can no longer find a "reply all" button. Overall, people really just do not want this drastic change. It's hard enough getting through a day as busy as we all are. Trying to send/reply/read/move/delete/print an email should not change so drastically that it feels like learning a new software. Switching back to the old classic email format should be allowed and was for quite a while but now that format has even changed and is completely useless because it has changed so drastically and no longer allows for the signature line to include different fonts copied into the box. Many of us are businesses and don't like that our clients start getting totally different styles of emails from us.