I suspect this is related to email issues Telus had in August but that's speculation on my part. I was trying to modify my Junk mail settings for Webmail and can't seem to find the settings to change it. In the process I discovered this:
Webmail to Gmail migration: What you need to know Starting March 2020, we will begin migrating all TELUS Webmail accounts to Gmail, the Google email platform
If this was publicized I seem to have missed it. More information here:
Here's hoping this transition goes smoothly. I'm curious what the privacy implications are as that's why I've stayed away from Gmail.
Hi @starchoice ,
You will receive an invitation from us. Follow the prompts in the email to securely choose the details of your migration, including your preferred migration date. Please note that due to the number of customers who use TELUS email today, we will be migrating all accounts using a phased approach. You will receive an invitation anywhere from June to September 2020. Can’t wait to get your invite? You can get an early access pass through the . This app is free and it helps you take control of your TELUS Wi-Fi
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@Mime @Fisherguy Was informed by email the time and date. What a mess took 6+ hours to have a substandard email platform that to me is a cluttered platform. They did say if i don't migrate they will do it sometime in end of oct. Had to call to get all 3 units up and running --- lap----desk -----ipad. Instructions different for all 3. wasted day
@Fisherguy All my contacts were transfered. Some people got nothing saved emails etc and contacts. I printed out all my contacts and got rid of ones we would never use. Check your all your units for contacts you will need. I printed some special emails i wanted thank goodness and they never showed up on the new platform. Looking at a new email provider with a simple easy platform. I had a second gmail address i didn' know about forgot changing computers? and it was corrupted somehow. All was mess up They don't use the generic gmail they use one called gsuite ..Polecat
Yes and from people's posts it would seem those links leave a lot to be desired.
It's complete BS Telus is making people go through this hassle and never thought to do anything obvious like increasing the number of support staff to help people with the change, complete BS people have to spend hours on hold or dealing with "tech support" many of whom are overseas and don't speak English too well.
I can hardly wait...
I agree 100%. Telus has really screwed up on this one. None of my contacts have migrated but I now have a list of 1,064 contacts that belong to someone else. None of my folders migrated over so I have no idea where my saved emails are. I have tried following the instructions to revert back to Outlook without success. Tried phoning but automated reply simply directed me to the chat and the chat couldn't answer even the most basic question.
Frustrated and angry about this email migration, especially when we were not given a choice.
Under one TELUS Home Phone/Internet account we have 3 @telus.net email addresses with one alias for each. Because of illness I changed the account owner name from myself to my wife with the assurance from TELUS that the services and rates would not change. There were some unwanted changes which we have had fixed now, except for the fact that under My Account-Internet-Manage-email none of the the three email addresses show up (MyAccount says it looks like you don't have any email addresses), and they are gone from My Account for the previous account number. Fortunately webmail access continued to work. I asked several times starting in mid-July to get this resolved as I wanted to regain the "manage" email capability to delete one of the addresses. Now in late August they say they are still working on it. In the meantime the email address we wanted deleted migrated to Google, so fine I thought to go into Google to delete it, but Google says no this must be done by the administrator and the account is managed by telus.net. Called TELUS Tech Support eventually reaching someone who really didn't know how to deal with my request except by getting in touch with "back office". 2 hours on the phone and a callback later I am told they will issue a ticket to delete the email address that will typically take 10 days to get worked. Asked for a ticket number to be given me, and one is supposed to be emailed to me. Why make it so difficult to delete an unwanted email address?