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Topic # 17392 25-Nov-2007 05:13
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The new Gmail is really making me mad YellSealedYell

Its slow,buggy (sometimes it justs reports page error) and just doesnt work with IE 7 !!!!!

With Firefox, opens, loads and sometimes when I click on Compose or Reply, it just says Loading and does nothing until I refresh again. Same thing with IE 7 but bit worse and I have to do a full refresh (Ctrl+F5) each time the inbox comes up, else it doesnt come up.

But If I use Windows Live Mail client and acces my Gmail account, phew...what a relief....Smile




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  Reply # 96787 25-Nov-2007 09:54
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That's strange because I have experienced none of the above.  Gmail is working great for me on IE7 and Firefox.

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  Reply # 96789 25-Nov-2007 10:12
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There is an 'Older Version' link... if you don't like it.

Also, for me, IMAP works fine, but Thunderbird seems confused about the folders. Anyone had that?




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Reply # 96798 25-Nov-2007 10:55
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For me it works fine also in IE7, but I still don't have IMAP!!!!!!!!

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  Reply # 96811 25-Nov-2007 12:02
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Works fine for me everywhere. IMAP is a little screwy, but works, and is on all my Gmail accounts.







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  Reply # 96815 25-Nov-2007 12:14
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Also, for me, IMAP works fine, but Thunderbird seems confused about the folders. Anyone had that?


Have a run through of this guide. Works great for me.

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  Reply # 96828 25-Nov-2007 13:52
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Thanks! Works great!




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  Reply # 96848 25-Nov-2007 15:30
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manhinli: There is an 'Older Version' link... if you don't like it.


The problem is It doenst open always in Old Version if i select, each time I login, I have to choose that.

The new Gmail interface has and still creating problems for many




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  Reply # 96869 25-Nov-2007 19:39
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gmail = slow on go large
gmail = fast on any other connection

well, with me anyway.

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  Reply # 96871 25-Nov-2007 19:49
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Fossie: gmail = slow on go large
gmail = fast on any other connection

well, with me anyway.

No problem here Gmail + Go Large







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