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In regards to experiencing the slow webmail, have you tried clearing your cookies and cache with your Internet Explorer 11 browser? Do you have another browser that you can try with?
In regards to deleting specific emails and missing the check box, there is an option to change the message view so that you can select the email without the email opening. You may change the layout of your messages to List so that you don't get a preview of the email you want to delete. To get the List View, click on View located on the top right of your window, right above Sort By. Under Layout, click on List. Then, go back to View, under Options select the Checkboxes so it has check mark beside it. This will allow checkboxes in the List view so that you can mark the emails you want to delete without opening the email. Let us know if you have any trouble finding this message layout.
Once your email account has been migrated to the new platform, it cannot be reversed. I can share your feedback regarding the new Cox email platform.
The troubles don't just end there. IDs and passwords apparently are not shared intelligently among the various Cox services. In fact, we can't even share them on our two Macs at home, six feet apart! The online instructions for use of webmail (as with other services) are arbitrary, sketchy, and sometimes conflicting, depending on when they were written and posted and the technology available at the time. We've just spent two hours trying to get everything in harmony and while we have no problems with our other email services and Gmail, we still can't get Cox email to work right. And we're technically savvy.
No, please don't sic some helplessly confused chat helper on us! Get the process right and then write it down clearly, for once and for all -- at least until the next tech takes over the responsibility, with some new tricks, and we have to do this all over again.
As it is, Cox webmail and thus IMAP email from Cox servers remains inaccessible this evening. We'll try again in the morning, but if it it's still out there, we will think seriously about getting service from alternative broadband services, which are growing in number and sophistication (as Cox is not). 5G wireless is just around the corner, within the next 18 months, probably sooner. Keep that in mind, please.
A big PS. We use Macs running the latest version of Google Chrome browser, which automatically updates its onboard Adobe Flash Player whenever a new version comes out. So we were surprised when we tried to use Cox Enhanced Webmail and got this message:
"Thank you for attempting to access Enhanced WebMail. Your browser does not meet the minimum requirement of Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher.In order to access Enhanced Webmail, please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer to download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.If you prefer to access your email using Classic WebMail, click on the button below." (Shown here for illustration only: if you click on the button, you will be taken to the "Classic WebMail" webpage -- and good luck with that.)
So just be sure, we downloaded the latest version of Flash Player from Adobe's website -- and got the very same message again. Is anyone at Cox actually proof-testing the Enhanced Webmail using technology other than a PC and the Microsoft Explorer browser, a relic of the 2000s? Seems not, else why would we be refused access to Enhanced Webmail (unless it can't work with Macs and Chrome, easily the most popular browser today)? Wow, are things that addled at Cox?
Got the Cox email working. It was an interaction among Cox, Apple iCloud, and the Chrome browser hanging things up. Never would have solved it using Cox's online instructions: they don't grok the iCloud, not even after about a billion iPhones have been sold that employ it. Sigh.