…or “how I learned to stop fighting spam and love GMail”. My itchy keyboard was nudged by a recent comment on my old Yahoo! Mail Beta review post. If you’ve been reading for a while you’ll remember that I was a huge fan of Oddpost, to the point of continuing to use Oddpost despite their… Continue reading Yahoo! Mail’s Crappy Spam Filter
The inevitable Oddpost shutdown email has arrived. Oddpost is going offline as of 30th March 2006. Everything is switching over to the new Yahoo mail beta built by the Oddpost guys. Finally I can ditch Internet Explorer! I’m a bit gutted that Oddpost users were promised free Yahoo Premium accounts, but the reality is one… Continue reading Farewell Oddpost
Gmail appears to be majorly broken at the moment. Normally I wouldn’t think much of it, but it has been down for hours and seems lots of users are having the same issues. This appears to be a biggie. Hopefully this post will be useful to people like me who search Bloglines and Technorati to… Continue reading Gmail Broken?
Ok so I’m in. As an Oddpost user, I’ve got an account with access to Yahoo!’s new mail beta. Click the image at right for a screenshot showing an interactive drag-n-drop of a message into a different folder. You can’t see the cursor, but the little green tick changes to a cross when you can’t… Continue reading Yahoo Mail Beta Review
I’ve been using Oddpost as my main webmail client for a couple of years now, and it was with trepidation that I reported the sale of Oddpost to Yahoo a while back. The Oddpost experience is a bittersweet one: Oddpost supports a fantastic DHTML interface that puts GMail to shame, but it only runs in… Continue reading Yahoo!/Oddpost mail Beta