Didn't have much success importing email from Mail.app. Looked pretty but not able to do the most basic of imports so into the bin it goes.
One thing caught my eye when I was setting up. It doesn't seem to support SSL it only lists TLS. Yahoo requires 993 SSL port for incoming and 465 SSL/TLS for outgoing. Make sure you change that in case you use Yahoo IMAP/SMTP. The fact it still supports POP3 is notable. Most mail clients don't support anymore, it's outdated but there are probably a few people who still use it.
Tens of millions of people use POP3 and almost every mail client still supports it.
If you want to vote my comment down, it would be better to be constructive and put your comments instead of voting it down but providing to particular reason.
Surprise, works pretty well. Doesn't crash on my OSX 10.6.8. I Usually don't have much good to say about Opera browser because of the CPU use (Firefox is same issue), the opera mail makes sense as it never really made sense to use Opera Browser Mail. Pretty good designed for initial release. I always liked opera for it's simply no-nonse approach with GUI and the application features and GUI. Hope this is a continuing project not just a test release to abandon again.
Crashes at launch for me on 10.6.8
One thing missing:Can't assign an IMAP folder for Drafts.Account properties allow to choose IMAP folders for Sent, Trash and Spam, but not for Drafts.
still crashing on startup, combo update 10.8.5 did not change this ... a pity.
Made a new attempt: Searched for "opera" and discovered a few remnants of old Opera browsers in prefs and app support. Deleted everything and then it worked!
Works fine on my system (a mid-2011 iMac 2.5Ghz running Mountain Lion 10.8.4). Drag-'n-dropped the app file to my Applications folder, opened it, punched in my AOL username and password and it auto-configured without any problems
Crashes upon opening, for me at least. 10.8.4, of course.
I'm also running 10.8.4 and it's working fine for me.
Wow, dude. Just chill the heck down. Family place. And no, I'm not a liar like you're insinuating. Here's a tip: don't vote and don't breed.
I didn't insinuate that you are a liar.
@Mountabe,So why rate it as 5 stars then, if it crashes on you?
AOL. Just caught that. Are you over or under the age of 70?
Get this troll arrested please.
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