Regarding the Mail feature
Will we have a real email client like in seamonkey? Or I will only be able to log in to my vivaldi email address? So the real question is: Is the mail feature a real email client or just a window that shows me my vivaldi email inbox? Will I be able to manage more than 1 email account? I have only one personal email address, and one for work. I don't mind using my vivaldi email address and telling every website I changed it, but there's an another problem. On my hotmail account I have 20gb onedrive storage or so, and other webmails don't give me that much space, so I won't leave my hotmail email for a vivaldi/yahoo/(insert something here) email. (without counting that I have the onedrive app on my phone, so I can synchronize it) Also my email for work is not on vivaldi, so I couldn't use it either If the email feature is not a real client I'm not going to need it that much, but if it is, it would be definitely a great feature. I'm looking forward to see the first Vivaldi stable release, so I can use it as my 2nd browser, and who knows, maybe as my first one some day^^ - an old Opera 12 user
Pesala last edited by
I am sure it will be a proper built-in email client like Opera 12.17.
I can fetch my email from POP or IMAP servers and it is stored locally. I can choose to delete it from the server or leave it as a backup. I have four email accounts, one of which is checked automatically every 10 minutes, another every 15 minutes, another every 60 minutes, and one is checked only when I do it manually (my choice).
That's such a great thing!
I was a little worried since I've seen I got an email address with my Vivaldi Community account and I thought they could have planned to do kind of extension button with the email inbox inside
Thank you for your answer
The_Solutor last edited by
If the email feature is not a real client I'm not going to need it that much, but if it is, it would be definitely a great feature.
I'm looking forward to see the first Vivaldi stable release, so I can use it as my 2nd browser, and who knows, maybe as my first one some day^^
- an old Opera 12 user
M3 IS a real email client, exactly like M2, and is really integrated unlike Seamonkey's one.
But needs to mature sufficiently, before it can be released publicly.
I got it,
well that's a fantastic news for people who have to deal with more than an email account.
I'm so glad to hear that!
Thank you for the answer