I agree with every comment on this backward step we have had thrust on us. It's slow, it keeps stopping mid text when composing emails, I can't work out how to attach documents, most of my contacts have disappeared, my folders are all mixed up and the process of moving emails into folders is laborious and runs the risk of placing them into the wrong folder. Shame on you BT, please find a way that we can revert to the old system. I am looking at other email servers so that I can ditch this dreadful upgrade.
I have a VPN as well but it's seldom used...I never thought to power down the PC to reboot it though.
Another thing I didnt much like about Thunderbird was that it would not work unless I used the agree to keep email stored on the PC instead of on cloud based storage.....and then it spent 30 minutes downloading around 6000 emails going back to 2015...my fault for keeping them so long.
I don't seem to be having the false spam problems on Edge as you appear to be having....I also have my contacts on theres well, probably more through accident than by design.
I had the same trouble moving mail to sub folders, but was doing it by touchscreen, I then started using the cursor and it was fine.
Why do laptops with touchscreen throw up a windows pop up box right in the most awkward place, it covers up the email option pop box every time and you cant see the options.
Priceless BT now sending incoming mail from BT Community to Spam, This must be because they hope everyone wont see any mail
Does anyone know whether the new BT Mail can learn? If you mark something as 'not SPAM', does it assume that anything else from that address isn't SPAM either? The old system could learn, but when I started to use the new system and marked things as not SPAM I'm not sure it did. So I had to put them in a 'safe senders' list. But that's an effort. I suppose I could experiment (and will if I have to) but if anyone knows...? Someone from BT Mail perhaps?
Every BT Communities email now going to spam after I marked the last one as "not spam".
Dire, utterly dire...