People are replying to my emails to the wrong client
GawainRomijn last edited by jane.n
I don't get why my Vivaldi email has got a hold of my old unused Microsoft email address, Whenever I write an email to someone, the sender address is @live.co.uk instead of the usual @vivaldi.net. and when I get a reply I don't get it through my Vivaldi account but through my Outlook account?? I mailed support but they won't help.
I think this has something to do with changing the server to Roundcube.
Screenshot of my sender address and how I CAN'T DELETE OR CHANGE THIS.
This is my work and business email. This HAS to be sorted out.
LonM last edited by
What happens if you click the edit identities button down in your screenshot?
newscpq last edited by
Whenever I write an email
How do you write emails? I mean, are you using an e-mail client (e.g. Thunderbird, Outlook, ...), or a webmail access to your vivaldi inbox (e.g. mail.vivaldi.net)?
becm last edited by becm
@gawainromijn the only real resolution would be to contact vivaldi support (again).
Did they not reply or was there a miscommunication about the the problem?
You can send me a test email so I can verify the problem (start a Chat for contact data).
A temporary workarround to get answers to the
vivaldi.netaccount would be to explicitly set the
Reply-Tofield in webmail.
A desktop mail client may also be able to send properly formated mail.
Sending a mail with a bad origin domain should not be allowed by the mail server.
This will be problematic if you encounter a 3rd party mail server with a reasonably strict setup.
An you should remember: forwarding does not change the reply-to headers of a mail.
It was a case of mixed information in the database. A dev fixed the issue for GawainRomijn last week.