Thanks for your reply, I understand that email service is not a main feature in the vivaldi ecosystem, but I think that luansm is right, priority in 2fa would be nice, is hard to think in any important online account without one.
@hanlonsrazor Are you asking for a change to webmail.vivaldi.net? You might have more luck asking for customizable sounds in roundcube’s GitHub. You could also ask for it to be added to Vivaldi mail client.
@joseph please contact support by using the contact button at the bottom of https://help.vivaldi.com/services/webmail/troubleshooting-webmail-issues/
In case you’re expecting an email from someone, but it isn’t delivered, please also get in touch with us using the contact form at the end of the article. In the message to our support team, in addition to your account information, please include the full email address and the date and time, you expected to receive the email.
That is a now second reason why I request it: it is not planned :).
Please put it on the backlog, and if over time it receives enough support, wonderful; if not, then it can languish there until the day it does.
Have a good day.
@wean Welcome to the Vivaldi Community, and sorry to hear of your issue.
Please report this to the Vivaldi service team at:
Choose Vivaldi.net website & services as category.
@abdellahb said in Services | Change Names:
Please allow also a custom blog subdomain.
If the email adress is firstname.lastname@example.org somebody doesn't want the blog reveal his full name like johndoe.vivaldi.net
Right! I added it to first post 🙂
I tested calendar sync and it worked fine.
You need to download a sync application like Davx-5 on F-droid + a calendar app like Etar.
Use this URL for sync in Davx application :
Username : email@example.com
Password : same as email password
Then Etar will detect a new synced calendar in settings.
I know you mentioned previously your thoughts on general Vivaldi users reaction to a default signature, but I'm wondering since you've brought it up twice now, whether you think they'd be more amenable if the settings were more accessible?
It does seem from what you've laid out it might be a bit of a paper-cut at the minute to adjust it, so I'm curious whether it more revolves around accessibility of editing/disabling the signature rather than having it as stock.