Santa Rosa Customer wrote:
Hello Michael Eisen; No, it is not just you. I too am finding the new webmail slower, less inviting, and more cumbersome. I have a brand new screaming machine with an 8-core processor and I am finding it laggy to do even the simple things, never mind the options and features that disappeared or were relocated somewhere less convenient.
Jumping in, opening a few emails all at once, then quickly filing/deleting them now takes a bit longer. I wonder if I measured the time it takes to do this, versus the time it used to take in NutsMail, it's probably not very significant differnece, but add that up multiple times a day, multiple days per year, ..... Bummer that we lost NutsMail. It's not enough to drive me to cancel my service but I"m certainly not pleased about it.
I ran both clients throughout the beta period and believe me, it's a lot slower than Nutsmail.
Dane's Sonic.net is the best ISP on the planet. At least, that's what I have told everyone, for the last eight years, who asks for my email address.
However, the new email client is fatally flawed. If Dane wants to experiment every ten years with a new system, more power to him.
However, those of us who rely upon his established products for the conduct of our personal and business affairs should not be penalized by weak technical and business decisions, such as keeping Squirrel Mail and dropping Nutsmail, because some members have a misplaced affection for the former.