M3 - mail client, when?
Time to work with effort, efficiency, but also to look around?
Time to prefer to launch a perfect, completely flawless email client instead of primarily satisfying the eager and needy customers of the integrated client and fill the gap left by M2 (although these are also worth being satisfied)?
Matteo Spinelli gives a summary of all the meaningful content that he has been gathering for a significant time and not rectified or altered, affer to have written:
"The short story is: for regular use not too intense, go to Thunderbird, powerful users can try The Bat or Claws, if the email is a critical mission, Outlook. Meaning: we're all doomed! "
So, it's time for the first attitude: a perfect product to launch, since the competition is so unconvincing today. Let's snatch the market once and for all to establish our permanent leadership position, presenting, from the beginning, a practically perfect product! The builders of Vivaldi Browser are dream makers, but they need strong revenue to keep up. Man does not only live on bread, but also on bread
So I guess Exchange isn't going to make the cut?
May be M3 will connect to Microsoft Exchange accounts, too. That would be a nice feature.
@burnout426 - I remember you, in the Opera Forums, where you gave ( do you still give?) solution to all problems with M2, integrated and / or standalone. I consider you the Pope of the email clients. I ask for your blessing.
@Quinca71 I'm still there. Blessings.
I kindly ask for suggesting be deepened the meaning of burnout426's post. The guy is a profound connoisseur of the matter. I am afraid of put this I'm writing. But be all for the M3, Vivaldi and team's sake. This intention leads me take the risk.
This topic should be moved to "All platforms". As far as I can see the topic is not Windows-specific but of importance to users of all OS.