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#28046 16-Nov-2008 16:34
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my web mail has lost the option to swap views.....any ideas how to fix it? cheers George

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  #178259 16-Nov-2008 18:00
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little more information please, what browser? have you cleared cache and reboot your pc etc etc?

 
 
 

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  #178265 16-Nov-2008 19:09
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Hi, same with IE7 or Opera. I have cleared all temp files etc and tried rebooting etc. My ISP is World Exchange and I get my email with POP3 but use Web mail to check SPAM etc. It worked OK since Xtra went to Yahoo until this week. cheers George

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  #178266 16-Nov-2008 19:13
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Hmm you might want to raise this in the WXC forum instead then? I have no issues with yahoo.co.nz email ... through telstra clear cable.



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  #178270 16-Nov-2008 19:23
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Do you mean that Yahoo!Xtra Webmail went into Classic View? (where it's not interactive, you can't drag and drop... etc)




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#178271 16-Nov-2008 19:23
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If its a Yahoo!Xtra account, from the webmail:
Click Options

Click Try it now


It should load the new interface. If it doesn't load, try using Internet Explorer or Firefox.

zocster, this is a webmail setting - not an ISP fault.





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  #178273 16-Nov-2008 19:27
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cokemaster:

zocster, this is a webmail setting - not an ISP fault.



Eh thanks, I just thought since the option has gone (from what I see from the OP), it may be an ISP fault Embarassed

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  #178278 16-Nov-2008 20:07
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Hi, I also  have a firefox browser installed  and it worked  OK. After logging out and changing back to Internet explorer (IE7) it also works OK!!!
I am confused but it is now working. Thanks George.

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