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WHY DO I HAVE TO SIGN IN EVERYTIME I WANT TO SEE MY E-MAIL

WHY DO I HAVE TO SIGN IN EVERYTIME I WANT TO SEE MY E-MAIL

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Contributor samuel626
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Registered: ‎04-15-2015
Message 61 of 124
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 After years I've had it with Verizon.

 

The worst web site ever. 

The worst customer service

 

After not beening able to get to my emails without jumping through hoops-I spent hours changing my email address from verizon to outlook on all my accounts.

 

I have a couple of months till my contract ends and I'm canceling everything verizon.

 

I can get the same if not better service at half the price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

Nickel Contributor
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Posts: 32
Registered: ‎05-29-2011

How long must I suffer with this? India told me two days. How soon?

Bronze Contributor I
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Posts: 59
Registered: ‎10-15-2009
Message 63 of 124
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I'm having this issue too when using Verizon Yahoo for e-mail. I've seen many posts about changes made to accessing e-mail with Outlook Express, etc. but nothing for Yahoo??

 

What should the default access page be, would that make a difference?  I'm using https://www.verizon.com/foryourhome/myaccount/...

Contributor bobbypro11
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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎04-16-2015
Message 64 of 124
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Yes, Verizon just started needing to log in every time for e-mails. What's up with that?? What a pain. Annoying.......Hope management reads these blogs. 

 

Nickel Contributor
Nickel Contributor
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎08-18-2013
Message 65 of 124
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May I ask, why do I kep a pop up telling me my session has expired??   And then I have to sign in again, even if I just checked an hour before. Has anyone come up with a solution yet?  Thanks

Contributor wert
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Posts: 3
Registered: ‎08-02-2014
Message 66 of 124
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Problem: car no longer starts.  Obvious solution: fix the engine so it starts.  Verizon's solution: remove the engine!  TERRIBLE THOUGHT PROCESS ON THE PART OF VERIZON!!!  If there is some security problem with staying logged in for 2 weeks, fix THAT problem; don't remove the feature!  

 

Some people have suggested using an email client, and I do.  I find web-based email web pages in general to be HORRIBLY user-unfriendly, and not just Verizon's.  However, I access my email with multiple computers, and it can cause email sync problems if each computer has an email client.

 

I just hope they use this experience as a lesson that customers DO get angry and upset when good features no longer work, and many of them WILL switch to another provider if they get angry enough.  Unfortunately, when companies get too big, as Verizon has, their customer service quality goes down, and they don't care anymore.

Nickel Contributor
Nickel Contributor
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎08-18-2013
Message 67 of 124
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Interesting.  When I went to  email today, there was a message...

There is a problem with the "keep me signed in functionality"

HMMMM!

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Bronze Contributor I
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Posts: 59
Registered: ‎10-15-2009
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Does anyone have recommendations/info on SECURE, FREE e-mail programs since the Verizon web mail has become so frustrating with the logon issues?

 

I've used Outlook Express before(free?), I've downloaded Thunderbird but haven't set it up yet.

 

Thanks for your input!!

Contributor missyNY
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Registered: ‎04-17-2015
Message 69 of 124
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Am I reading this right? This function will no longer be available? I do understand the need to perioticaly have to re-sign in, but not because I go to a different website and go back...or because i've been on the computer and didn't use the page for say 30 minutes.  It is really annoying.  I hope that I am misunderstanding that that feature will be going away completely...am I?  Thank you

Platinum Contributor III Platinum Contributor III
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Registered: ‎12-16-2012
Message 70 of 124
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@MsSusan wrote:

Does anyone have recommendations/info on SECURE, FREE e-mail programs since the Verizon web mail has become so frustrating with the logon issues?

 

I've used Outlook Express before(free?), I've downloaded Thunderbird but haven't set it up yet.

 

Thanks for your input!!



Thunderbird is good.  Microsoft's successor to Outlook express is Microsoft Live Mail, available free as part of Microsoft essentials.

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