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4 Messages

Wed, Oct 8, 2014 11:52 AM

Sent Items folder (web mail) shows all email history with "me" in the recipient field

This reconfiguration happened on its own yesterday, and occurs only with the full featured option.  In the basic mode, the Sent folder looks normal, i.e. the first list column shows the recipient of sent emails. 

"Enable conversations" is NOT checked, so I suspect there is something broken in the programming of the Sent page.   

Selecting and deselecting of the "Enable conversations" box has no effect

Tutor

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4 Messages

8年前

forgot to add:

updated Windows 7 machine.

Same behavior on updated Firefox and on Internet Explorer

Tutor

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5 Messages

8年前

I noticed this problem today as well. What's going on? I tried going into SETTINGS and selected/deselected 'Enable Conversations/Show Snippets' and it didn't work either. The only thing that worked was going into 'Basic' mode which seems stupid.

 

AT&T: Why did this change overnight? And please post a solution to this issue as it's quite an annoyance.

WWW8192

Teacher

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23 Messages

8年前

Think that this may be fixed.    Noticed this today as well, but opened chat because of even more annoying feature of new client to truncate e-mail addresses when sending or forwarding mail.

 

Chat agent said that Yahoo technical support had acknowledged the me problem yesterday, and promised to have it fixed in 24-72 hours....   My me problem went away this evening.

 

The truncated e-mails are supposed to be a security enhancement, that will not go away.   I am very frustrated by this regression.

 

Tutor

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4 Messages

8年前

looks as if this morning Oct 9, it is fixed (again).

 

note to programmers:    test it before release

Tutor

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5 Messages

8年前

yes, appears to be back to normal now.

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