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Vivaldi Mail 1.0: launch of the mail client with calendar and feed reader

Vivaldi Technologies today released Vivaldi Mail 1.0 with calendar and feed reader in the company’s web browser. Released in late 2020 as a preview, Vivaldi Mail has officially launched in Vivaldi 4.0.

Vivaldi is one of the few browsers that integrates an email client and features. The email client includes calendar functionality and a feed reader.

Vivaldi Mail is a free email client that supports multiple email accounts. Many accounts can be added by adding the email address and password to Vivaldi, but there are also options to manually configure IMAP and POP3 email accounts.

You can manage all accounts in the browser interface and switch between web browsing, email, calendar and feed reader seamlessly with the click of a button.

Vivaldi users who haven’t tried reading email or feeds in the browser can enable mail in Settings > General > Productivity Features > Enable Mail, Calendar, and Feeds. New users can select the fully loaded on first start option to unlock email.

Vivaldi Mail indexes all emails to make them searchable. You can search at any time to find emails from all accounts, even offline. Offline search scans headers and, if emails are configured to be downloaded from the mail server, message content as well. The prefetch option in the mail settings will download the content of the message before it is opened. Searches are dynamically updated when new messages arrive.

Live Vivaldi browser, Vivaldi Mail offers a wide range of customization options. The email client supports different views and layouts, including the default three-panel layout that displays accounts, messages, and the selected message side by side, or the classic horizontal layout that splits horizontally the mailing list and the active message.

Vivaldi Mail lists all messages in the sidebar by default. Here you’ll find default folders, including unread, received, and drafts, as well as special folders for mailing lists, filters, flags, labels, as well as individual email accounts you’ve added to the client. messaging.

Users who like keyboard shortcuts can use them to speed things up. Pressing G skips to the next unread message, T displays the message thread, and E displays all emails from the sender of the selected email.

Vivaldi Mail supports flags and labels to organize emails. Flags add different colors to emails, custom tag labels. Both options support custom views to show only emails with specific flags or labels.

The email client supports additional features, including signatures that can be associated with accounts, a queue feature to send emails later, and themes to change the client’s paint job.

The calendar complements the email client. Vivaldi supports both offline and online calendars. Some users may prefer offline calendars for privacy reasons, others may like the idea of ​​automatically syncing data between all their devices.

The calendar comes with its own view in Vivaldi which lists all upcoming events in a small sidebar on the left side. One click shows and hides it, and there are options to easily change the time period in the panel.

The full calendar supports different views, for example, by day or by week, with events listed by hour, or a monthly or multi-week view. Vivaldi’s calendar uses a flexible grid so information is not cut off.

Closing words

Vivaldi Mail reaches an important milestone with the release of version 1.0. It’s built right into the Vivaldi browser for easy access to email and the built-in calendar and feed reader. Vivaldi Mail supports a number of productivity features that can improve the way users work with the client.

All three components, Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader, come with a wide range of customization options and features.

Now you: Do you prefer Mail built into a browser, standalone clients or web-based email?

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Vivaldi Mail 1.0: launch of the mail client with calendar and feed reader

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Vivaldi Mail 1.0: launch of the mail client with calendar and feed reader

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Vivaldi Technologies today released Vivaldi Mail 1.0 with calendar and feed reader in the company’s web browser.

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Martin Brinkman

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