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    rob murr commented  · 

    now it is making me change my password EVERY SINGLE TIME I LOG IN - this is absolutely ridiculous and does NOT make it more secure, especially if it increases the number of times I have to change my password every single time I try to log in on my phone in public it drastically increases the chances that someone will be able to look over my shoulder when I'm logging in on my phone and obviously swearing at Yahoo! in frustration

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    rob murr commented  · 

    is there any way that Yahoo could just completely get rid of the completely crippled Basic version that is non-functional and nobody wants and just bring back the functional and beloved by all Classic version? Realistically you could probably just dump the "full-featured" version as well because it is too buggy and never works properly anyways.

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    rob murr commented  · 

    they need to just dump this new "full features" mess that doesn't work or load properly and is so buggy it should never have even been conceived and get rid of the stupid crippled "basic" version and just go back to the fully-functional "classic" version that actually works and does everything anyone could ever possibly want in an email system

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    rob murr commented  · 

    is there some sort of work around I can use so that I can actually open my emails - this is ridiculous, I'm not sure what they work going for with this new "update", but the theme seems to be "nonfunctional".

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    rob murr commented  · 

    this isa complete trainwreck - the Inbox will not even load properly and I can't even read any of my emails - this is completely unacceptable you jerks

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    rob murr commented  · 

    wow - you guys at Yahoo got HACKED really bad!! they completely DESTROYED Yahoo! mail, it is unusable and completely nonfunctional.

    Hopefully you can fix it and get it back to how it was so people can actually USE their email. Maybe look into one of those free antivirus programs or something.

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    rob murr commented  · 

    I accidentally clicked on the "switch to the new yahoo mail" and actually tried to use it because they make it such a pain to switch back, but OMG it is so completely terrible with a bunch of totally useless "features" that are really just distractions that make it harder to perform the most basic tasks and prevent you from actually doing what you need to do. Literally everything that is different about it is a negative experience; it is slower, takes more clicks/steps to do anything and its controls are more counterintuitive. Please just dump the "new" yahoo mail and focus on making a product that is more reliable and easier to use instead of trying to show off what fancy pointless features you can add. I don't need to "drag-and-drop" anything (which usually results in accidently moving things and making them "disappear" and lock up the inbox) when I can just select and then move it.

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