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Ultimate Geek

# 211634 5-Apr-2017 06:01
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Hello All


I have just checked the change over at :"Check your migration status and sign in". It says : "You've been successfully migrated". Login does not work with the existing login password at their new web-mail site.


Following that I started Outlook; hmmm... downloaded emails downloading again! Obviously someone at spark has been fiddling.embarassed


Login over at Yahoo still works.


Has anyone else encountered problems with the changeover?







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  # 1756803 5-Apr-2017 09:04
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Well at least you could have said how or why it was solved!

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  # 1756990 5-Apr-2017 13:30
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Well at least you could have said how or why it was solved!







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  # 1756991 5-Apr-2017 13:32
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I think it has gone really smoothly from the customer side of things. Be interesting how good teh SMX service is, as yahoo used to block emails including forwarded domain emails a lot for no real reason. So hope SMXs servers don't do that.

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  # 1759448 8-Apr-2017 12:40
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Changeover just happened for me.  No emails received for 3 days and no new emails showing on the yahoo server.  Finally a message from Yahoo advising the changeover had been completed successfully and emails poured in to my computer.  Still no emails on my ipad and after much knaffing about and changes to settings, all is working again.  Not very smooth or easy for me!

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