@jane-n Thank you very much for confirming Jane. Wanted to see how these services would work with Vivaldi webmail before going forward. I already use +addressing with the V. Mail client for sending though.
Good for you to transition from Google. I use Vivaldi Webmail on Android with the FairEmail App. And I use the App with Swisscows.email (which you might say is in between Vivaldi and Proton Mail). Vivaldi Webmail has good features to replace gmail. Hope this helps.
My apologies. Didn't forget but needed time and thought about the subject of moving away from the almighty G. mail as simply as possible.
My email address is easily changed for the purposes of conversational privacy. G's AI is getting more and more technically efficient to suck up words from scanning my email, but its interpretation, and their dissemination to customers who buy their targeted ads is wildly off. Nevertheless, they annoy me.
Got fixed. I removed the Vivaldi account in Windows Mail app and added a new one, entering the values manually. The values/servers settings are exactly the same as the deleted account so no idea how it got fixed but it's sending normally now.
@HarryTbull From the message sent to our support it appears that you're having troubles with our webmail service - but it rather looks like some kind of problem with your browser. It works correctly here. Try removing your saved password from settings, and save it again.
Great to get confirmation!
To wrap up your wrap up:
I won't bore you with the details, but the data on the server was absolutely fine and it only affected how the events appeared on the webmail site.
It's always fun to play around with new stuff 🙂
The webmail calendar is actually a CalDav calendar, you can set it up in any CalDav supported calendar application (including on your phone), or you could use the calendar built into Vivaldi Browser 😉 and then it will sync between your devices (and the webmail calendar).
In the top menu in the webmail calendar there is an export button that will give you a ICS file that you can import in most calendar applications, also most CalDav clients have an export function (this includes Vivaldi Browser).
I, of course, would recommend using the Vivaldi Browser built-in Calendar, otherwise we have a help page on how to get the URL for other CalDav clients.
Since it was a bug on our side I won't mark it as solved, we use that for issues users can fix themselves.
@kotan You are using Vivaldi Webmail. This is a Webmail query. I will move it to the appropriate category. (Vivaldi Mail is the built-in mail client in Vivaldi and is unrelated to your Vivaldi webmail account. Obviously, you can't use a Vivaldi browser feature via Thunderbird.)