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Somehow, my Email got convert to the myemail/appsuite. I chatted with a rep who said that I must of asked to be converted and once I was converted I cannot go back. ALL my new EMail now goes to my SPAM folder. I have supposedly turned OFF my SPAM filter yet everything still goes to the SPAM folder. Also when using the help functions, NO references to the new Email is mentioned only the differences beween the enhanced and regular email.
Anyone having similar issues??
Hi JimGil,I'm sorry that the transition to the new email platform was not as smooth as it should be! We know you did not ask to be migrated; all Cox email customers are being migrated to the new email platform over the next few months. We have a ticket open so our mail team can address why all of your mail is going to your Spam folder. Our team will track this ticket on your behalf and let you know as soon as we have further information.To learn more about the new email platform, go to www.cox.com/residential/education-center/internet/email.html and http://bit.ly/CoxEmailSupport.
Becky K.Cox Support Forums Moderator
Not only that but email forwarding is not working. forwarded mail goes into the bit bucket unless you have the forward and save option checked. It still will not forward, but, you will not lose your incoming mail. Check the internet forum for more details. This is a known problem that the techs are working on. No ETA of resolution.
Becky they all broke the links for the my account options like pay bill, tv tools, phone tools and internet tolls it was better when they were on the left side instead of having to click the cox logo and go to my account.
We have received an update. At your convenience, please log into web mail and go to the gear icon in the upper right hand corner and select settings. Under settings open inbox section , then check Filters Rules section and Block Senders section to see if there are any entries with a a single @ symbol. If so please delete this rule or entry. Please let us know what you find when you check this setting.
Cox Support Forums Moderator
Yes I am having big problems with it. I still have the old windows XP and I have asked not to be switched to the app/suite. I have been switched to the myemail app/suite and Nothing is working right. I get my emails still but when I click delete they go to the spam folder. I cannot get into email/webmail . I cannot get to my blocked list. I am not buying a new computer until September and am really getting tired of everything being changed. I went to Chat for help with emails and finding my blocked email addresses to change them and what they told me to do I could not get into because it is on the new my email app/suite. I am ready to cancel Cox completely because of this and having to go to another security program when Cox security, i.e. McAfee stopped working on my computer last year. Is there any help available for emails/web mails in the Windows XP???????
I am having this issue. In fact some friends are getting bounces from my cox address, people who have emailed me successfully thousands of times before this so called upgrade. In fact, *sometimes* the automatic forward from my own gmail account to my cox email bounces -- but not always.
This has been happening since the moment they switched, and continues five weeks later. I've worked with them on the phone, I have a tech support ticket number. I've set up a Filters rule to specifically allow my own gmail email, and it STILL bounces.
I don't know what they've been doing to fix this problem, or if they are even still trying. But I've never in my life seen such a poorly executed roll out.
Even though I am trying to migrate away from using my Cox email address, I've had it for so long, I still must check my mail online, constantly (which is not how I normally operate), and have to know that mails to that address are still bouncing, with unknown consequences.
At this time Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft. We cannot guarantee compatibility. The older email platform is being retired and all accounts are being migrated to the new system. I do apologize for any inconvenience. The new web mail is supported by all current Windows, Apple, Android and many other modern systems.
I am glad to see so many posts about this. I was so disconcerted by how much longer the new appsuite takes to get to my email and the ads streaming on the right side. I contacted Cox Chat and asked if this was something Cox did or some type of virus/mirror site. It seems Cox technicians do not know about this issue. My chat tech tried to pin the change on my internet browser being incompatible. Only when she figured out that I knew something about the subject did she say I would have "resolution" in a couple of days. So, it is their beast. I hate so many things about Cox email but was hesitant to change to my gmail account. But after years of limited ability to handle large files, poor forwarding ability and limited space in the inbox and now this change with no warning, I think it is time.
I am wondering why Cox felt it was necessary to update to a "new" e-mail app when t was working just fine the way it was. It seems to be the case of "fixing" something that wasn't broke. Was this new format designed by the same three blind men who tried to describe an elephant? This new e-mail setup is totally bleah! How many pointy hair bosses had their fingers n this? Please at least give us the option of the "old" e-mail I like.
We just received an update from our App Development team that the issue with your email being sent to your spam folder has been resolved. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Thank you for your patience.
Latitia S. Cox Support Forums Moderator
"Once converted we can't go back????" Certainly this is untrue. I hate their new appsuite. Why change something that was working fine?