Ok, I got it.
Disabled all extensions and sending messages worked. Then I enabled one after the other and tried to send a message via the web client.
A dark Mode extension, even if it is not switched to dark mode, but only installed and activated, breaks it immediately and it gets stuck on sending message.
@Dingo Thanks for reaching and sharing your request. This is something we're currently looking into actually. We can't share more details than that but we'll update you as soon as we can. The link to the previous thread talking about the topic two factor authentication scheme is available here.
@trchrd1 thanks for reaching out. We hear you and understand your need. For the webmail, we're using the open source solution called "Roundcube". Unfortunately it's not as customizable as you'd wish. They are in the process of release a new version (1.4) that is much simpler to the one you're seeing today. We've been testing its release candidate and already and can't wait for them to release it so we can update it on our servers and make it available to you as well. 🙂
@sgunhouse Hi bud! I have also reported getting this email... It appears in my junk folder about twice a week, and occasionally in my inbox.
Unfortunately the usual methods of restricting this do not seem to work.
Sending an e-mail to "email@example.com" seems to be the most effective although I've never received an acknowledgement of the complaint. besides it takes too much time and effort.
With the advent of GDPR, if the site is in Europe a WhoIs is useless as almost all info is redacted.
@steveredshaw CalDAV is now available on webmail.vivaldi.net 🎉
The following help page shares the details on how to go about it: https://help.vivaldi.com/article/vivaldi-caldav-carddav/
Please let us know how everything is working out for you.
Looking forward to your feedback. 🙂
@maniastern said in Vivaldi WebMail:
@an_dz, thank you for answer) I didn't know the web service is a temporary measure, I thought, the same interface and features will be built in Vivaldi, with the web interface as an alternative.
I'm sure Vivaldi webmail will stay and is not temporary. In fact it is used by many people and is in my experience also a advertising tool for the Vivaldi community and of course the browser.
When people see my e-mail address instead of Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo, they are interested what Vivaldi is in general ^^
@iAN-CooG I see what you're saying. The instruction should have been more clear. I thought they meant "Open a pop-up window over the current tab, like a sign-in screen on a web page", when what it it actually means "open a new tab in a new instance of the browser".