This seems to be a KDE bug. When I launch it from the shell, vivaldi works as expected. I changed the startup to
sh -ic 'exec "[email protected]" starting-vivaldi /usr/bin/vivaldi-stable %U' and now it works.
Hi, I guess it depends on your high light color, this is the Vivaldi dark theme, Vivaldi 5.5.2805.38:
Please add your Vivaldi and OS version.
@esmeralda345 English only in this section please.
can someone tell me how I can set different color topics for multiple email accounts? So I want to set green for account A and yellow for account B, for example. So that it is clearly structured in the inbox.
Thank you very much
That is not currently possible as far as I know. Vote for Accent color for each email account and/or Unique colors per mail account.
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Hi, I have that option checked already, but I don't want to have the mail pinned 24/7
I only want to check email when I see the icon by clicking it. When I click it, it does not open the email tab directly. It only opens the mail sidebar tab with my email inboxes folder first. I then have to click on the inbox or folder for that email, only then it actually opens the email in a new tab with the message in a new browser tab.
So now I have 2 clicks to get the message. I then read, delete the message, and now have to again, click or close the mail tab with the browser, and then again close the sidebar mail tab.
This requires basically 4 actions for every new message. I have setup Vivaldi only for a specific email account for alerts. Why can't I have the sidebar open the mail tab automatically when I click it, or at least close/minimize the sidebar again if I close the email tab. Usability wise this is bad GUI design.
I would actually prefer if the sidebar mail icon actually opens the mail tab when I click it but even if that is not possible having it automatically collapse would be a step forward instead of having to require that many clicks.
All other tabs in the sidebar do this by default. When you click then they open but then when they lose focus or click away, they close automatically, not the mail tab, it remains open which is not consistent with every other tab option in the sidebar like the reading list, window, etc.
@ltgorm We have been talking at cross purposes. We've confused appdata\local with appdata\roaming
The import worked after putting the mail store in
My opera directory structure is quite a mess. Under local I have "Opera Mail"; under roaming I have "Opera Mail \Opera Mail" as well as "Operamail".
I don't know why or how that happened. And all those folders seem to have been accessed recently.
And I now also realise the trouble it will be to get my messages into their mail folders. As you mentioned that you're working on that, I may hold off until then.
In the meantime, thanks heaps for all your help!
@Pathduck said in Mail: Mark as Spam doesn't seem to work:
"Anywhere" filters (except the last one).
So they should in theory also match the "From:" field. But when matching on addresses I would use the From filter instead.
I would also use just the email address and not the full name.
@Pathduck Here's my observation. Using "From" filter for addreasses seems to work fine until I run into this type of email where one character in an HTML msg is changed each email blast. Example: Auto Insurance [email protected] so I changed filter to "From" Auto Insurance and that doesn't work. Was I supposed to use " " around phrase? or should I have changed to "Begins" with "Auto Insurance" This is why I don't have real confidence in Mail filters.....
If you want to see all folders when using your regular accounts use IMAP, not POP3.
FYI: IMAP and POP3 are different protocols used to communicate with the server and the folders shown reflect this, i.e.:
POP3 only downloads new messages from the user's inbox on the server and, if configured to, delete them. As a consequence it only requires a local Inbox folder to store received messages and Sent folder to store sent messages
IMAP synchronises content between the mail client and server so all folders (subscribed to) are shown on the client