@Rased If you are talking about the mail client (not webmail) it's easy. At the end of the list of attachments are two buttons. One is labeled "Save" and the other is labeled "Download All."
If you press the "Save" button a dialog will open showing your default download directory. If you right click in that dialog you can create a new folder and name it. Then you can select that folder in the dialog dropdown and save all the attachments to it. Not sure how it would work with webmail, but you are in the mail client portion of the forums.
Hello, @janos1, and welcome to our community!
Are you talking about changing the password for Vivaldi's webmail service?
If you still remember the old password then you can change your password on your account's profile on Vivaldi.net. Log in and click the "Manage account" button or hover on your username/avatar in the top right corner and select Account. On the profile, you'll find an option to change the password on the lower half of the page.
An alternative, which can be used both when you've forgotten your password or not, is to send yourself a password reset email. Just enter your account's username on this page, and an email with a reset link will be sent to your account's recovery email address.
For more information, please check Update Vivaldi account information.
Mainly what Jane said above, making sure that "Save passwords" was on in the settings of the Vivaldi browser, and then possibly closing and opening Vivaldi (not sure if this is necessary but I did it).
Je m'excuse d'avoir mis l'adresse mail.
Pour ma part je vois que vous n'allez pas résoudre mon problème et c'est vraiment inexcusable de votre part.
Je vais rechercher un autre navigateur pour moi il est inutile de continuer avec vous si vous n'êtes même pas capable réactiver mon e-mail et que vous n'avez même pas su le protéger.
Croyez moi je ne vous ferai pas d'éloges autour de moi.
@luetage Is there any way how to fix it?
Problem is that because of my email account I can't just delete it and create a new one.
Or can I?
I didn't need to do so.
After several attempts I have now managed it.
I also now understand to some extent what the problem was:
The intention was to provide a calendar for tasks.
I could not use the main calendar because the settings options are grayed out.
It was not possible for me to add a calendar in the webmail account with the option for tasks.
Probably this still does not work in principle - even for others.
However, I was able to successfully add a task calendar in the browser settings for calendars. It can also be synchronized, so it is part of the webmail account (vivaldi.net).
However, the new task calendar is not visible in this account directly. But it does exist.
For example, if I reset everything, i.e. delete the vivaldi.net calendar in the browser settings and then add it again, the "test" shows that the task calendar is also on board.
For me, this means that the vivaldi.net calendar section still urgently needs to be improved and brought into line with the browser.
Same problem for me. If there is an event created, there should be an email notification to the inbox. But this doesn't happen.
If there is a workaround until this is fixed, I would love to try it.
AFAIK there is no synchronisation of filters between email client and server.
If appropriate to your workflow consider maintaining filters in webmail as these:
execute on the server when messages are received
they are not reliant on client running
Tip: consider setting a custom flag to indicate a message was filtered server side to aid troubleshooting
That are the servers:
smtp.vivaldi.net / Port 465 / TLS
imap.vivaldi.net / Port 993 / TLS
I do not know if your iPhone has latest SSL certificates for Let's Encrypt.
I have to admit, I don't know how notifications should work in an Android browser, but I'm leaning towards that it's to be expected that they don't work the same way as on desktop.
I'd recommend setting your Vivaldi account up in a calendar app that supports CalDAV.
You can check this Help page for guidance: https://help.vivaldi.com/services/webmail/set-up-vivaldi-webmails-calendar-in-calendar-clients/.
Thank you for your response.
After updating the software, without success, I found in the Hermes doc that one must also specify Alternate Port in the settings. That did the trick.