63rd rankedJeffrey Swain shared this idea ·
44th rankedJeffrey Swain commented
First of all, why should I have to pay a subscription for support for a problem that is obviously a programming flaw of your own making? Do you do this intentionally?
So here's the issue. I have organized my contacts into lists. Occasionally those contacts need to be deleted or edited. When I make those changes, they are not reflected in the mailing list. This means I am sending out pointless messages to obsolete e-dresses.
I should mention that I have been a Yahoo user for about 30 years and generally consider your service superior to Outlook or any other email server. Your calendar is also superior to anything else because it allows me schedule reminders a week and a day ahead of the event.
Up to now, I have been a proud and loyal user.
For, for God's sake, every time you "improve" or "upgrade" your service, it sends me into a frustrating cycle to compensate for your programming flaws.
Why can't you just leave it alone?
Sign in with a provider? WTF? You are my provider. What kind of passive-aggressive harassment is this?