Set up Vivaldi webmail account in a mail client

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You can always access your mail from any browser on https://webmail.vivaldi.net/, but you can also set your mail account up in a desktop mail client or mail app on your mobile device.

There are many different mail clients available. To add your Vivaldi account to a mail client of your choice, follow the mail client’s instructions for adding a new account.


Add Vivaldi webmail account to Vivaldi Mail

Vivaldi’s own mail client is available as a technical preview in the Snapshot version of the browser. To learn about the browser built-in mail client, check out the help pages about Vivaldi Mail.

To add your Vivaldi webmail account to Vivaldi Mail:

  1. Make sure you have the latest Vivaldi Snapshot and you’ve enabled Mail in vivaldi://experiments;
  2. Go to Settings > Mail > Mail account;
  3. Add a new account;
  4. Enter your Vivaldi email address;
  5. Click Continue;
  6. Enter your account’s login password;
  7. Click Sign in;

Once you’ve logged in, Vivaldi will start fetching your email messages and contacts. In Mail Settings you can also add a name, signature, enable prefetching full messages and check server settings.


Server settings

In case the server settings aren’t detected automatically or aren’t detected correctly, use the following settings:

Incoming mail

IMAP:
Server: imap.vivaldi.net
Port: 143
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: STARTTLS

IMAPs:
Server: imap.vivaldi.net
Port: 993
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: SSL/TLS

POP3:
Server: pop3.vivaldi.net
Port: 110
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: STARTTLS

POP3s:
Server: pop3.vivaldi.net
Port: 995
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: SSL/TLS

Outgoing mail

SMTP:
Server: smtp.vivaldi.net
Port: 587
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: STARTTLS

SMTPs:
Server: smtp.vivaldi.net
Port: 465
Authentication method: normal password
Connection security: SSL/TLS

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