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Yahoo! Inserting News in IMAPed Emails

kevin_j_morse (1282350) writes | more than 2 years ago

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kevin_j_morse (1282350) writes "Yahoo! has started inserting news snippets in the middle of emails downloaded from its mobile device IMAP servers. The news snippets are title Today (Beta) and randomly appear in select emails downloaded from the IMAP server. When viewed on the Yahoo! Mail site the news links are not present and there appears to be no mention of this anywhere in the mail settings. The news does not appear when forwarding the messages which makes it quite hard to analyze. Apparently there aren't enough reasons to switch to Gmail..."

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