@GeraldMDavenport Do you use any email client currently? (For instance, macOS Mail...)
If you only use a web interface, you can easily accommodate an automatic sign-out, by never saving your password in the browser. (Or what @mib2berlin said...)
I myself use a compromise with Vivaldi Mail: I've assigned it a specific (...separate) profile.
(If such were under Vivaldi's control rather than the Chromium Project's control, I'd request a password feature for profiles! 🙂 )
From my point of view, e-mail templates are well implemented in the e-mail client eM Client.
I can also use email templates in Thunderbird or Outlook - which is otherwise not my favorite client.
@RonMag Hi! Welcome to Vivaldi! 🙂
Open the Mail panel, select All Messages. There will be an Outbox folder displayed, that is where the message should be and it can be deleted from there.
If All Messages is not displayed in the Mail panel, go to the Mail settings, under Mail Panel Order and Visibility, check the box next to All Messages.
@Pesala Thanks for the quick response. No, there is nothing wrong with using the search field on the Mail Toolbar. It is just the space it takes in the toolbar on the left side in the picture that you show. I think Modifications forum is a better place to discuss this appearance improvement.
@DerekLees as @janrif said at the moment the workaround to rename the label "Foo" into "bar" is to do these steps:
Have some emails with label "Foo".
Create a second Label "bar"
In the mail panel, click on "Foo" to show all emails with that label in one list
Select all emails in the list and apply the label "bar"
Remove the label "Foo" from all emails
Also consider voting up this feature request
@PaulBMiller55 good to hear you find those emails in Vivaldi now, seems like Gmail is running some filter there on those messages. Vivaldi mail shows / hides emails based on criteria which are represented by those toggle buttons. Might take a little getting used to but once you get the hang of it, you may find the system very useful.