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Yahoo's troubles go deeper than ever increasing ugliness. I have not even been able to access my e-mail for a few days. I get a page "advising" me to upgrade my browser, (They have never liked IceWeasel.) which instantly freezes. Clicking on anything, including "Home", does nothing. I have started an account elsewhere that will even let me retrieve message from Yahoo and transfer them, so I can read them. They are well on their way to becoming a shit service.
As for complaining to them:
1) Their forum has a few thousand people complaining about the new interface. Complaints that are ignored.
2) Cannot access your e-mail? No problem. Send us an e-mail and we'll look at the problem.
Last edited by Randicus Draco Albus; 12-07-2013 at 03:48 AM.
I especially find Google's mobile Gmail format particularly grueling, especially when trying to add contacts. I have to go to a totally different website, yet there's a link to my contacts on the mobile Gmail site. Now where's the logic in that, Google?
The more I use it, the more I like it. Although I have no idea how they compare to Yahoo in terms of privacy. From what I understand, Yahoo is not the best, but anything is better than information trawling Google.