apps.talktalk.co.uk Inbox webmail page slow
The email page is very very very slow and crashes my pc.
The problem started over a month ago just before my contract required renewal.
I renewed the contract and was sent the new D-Link-DSL-3782 Router.
The problem still persists and can take up to 1-2 hours to write a short email. Having to restart my pc and clean the cache, use Ccleaner to refresh the page. This is so infuriating and such poor service. Why us it only on the Webmail page?
Using PC/Windows7/Wifi/Firefox/Talktalk webmail and note in Task Manager that there are several Firefox process entries but only one page and browser open.
I have used this system so only want to test it using Wifi and Firefox. Using an Ethernet cable and chrome will not tell me why I have the problem.
Additionally, when I use the service status, it can say Technical error (but doesn't say what the error is)?
Please help, could this have anything to do with Software/Firmware for the D-Link-DSL-3782 though the problem began with the previous Router as well.
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I found the same problem recently, @Poorservicecomplaints. Even brand new micro filters can be faulty. Trial and error....!
Hi Poorservicecomplaints, thanks for posting back to let us know it's sorted. That's why microfilters are such an important part of the testing the agents do for voice and broadband faults.
Why spam the last message I sent Ady when it took me more time to write it? Talktalk do appear to be specialists at wasting my time and providing poor service.
I have received an email as below:
One of our amazing members has sent you a private message in the TalkTalk Help & Support. To read your message in full click the subject title below.
1. I have no private messages.
2. The email link did not work.
3. Where is the long message I wrote that is now in spam (re. your amazing member that spammed my message) as that needs to be posted here.
I can keep this simple if you want to spam my honest replies?
1. Where was the support that you mention when I needed it?
2. Which agents and which testing are you referring to? I explained myself perfectly well to support when trying to rectify the fault?
Hi, I haven't spammed your post I'm guessing the system did it automatically due to content.
I'm afraid that due to COVID I was relocated to the accounts and billing section so wasn't here to help you, but the community manager Stephen did pick some of the email posts when he had time.
Any agent you speak to online, via chat or on the phone should when dealing with a broadband fault should as part of diagnostics ask you if you've tested with the router directly at the test socket with a different filter. It's a basic diagnostic check.
Unfortunately there was no help available of any use. I had to work the problem out myself. No support was of any use at all and at no point was a filter mentioned.
A very poor support service.
May I also add that a new router was sent to me (with a filter). I believe that only the old filter was at fault. In the initial enquiry a couple of months ago there was also no test suggested to establish whether the filter was at fault. If support would have asked me to speed test regularly to establish a constant but low speed then if trained properly then they would have established the fault with the filter (hopefully). I think Talktalk need to learn from this messy situation I was put through. At least a refund on the increase in payments for two months should be offered to me but I reckon I'll be waiting until the next contract renewal.
For connection issues you should always be asked to change or test with other equipment.