@stefanb said in Migrating from Opera Mail to Thunderbird - importing MANY mbs files:
Unfortunately I doesn't work, as I quickly get a warning from the script. If I choose "continue", Thunderbird is not responding anymore (even if kept running for hours).
How long did you wait? If the script isn't locking up and is just busy the whole time, you might not be waiting long enough. You might have to wait over 24 hours for example. Not saying that's comforting, but you can try waiting way longer.
Before you try again though, in "Options -> Advanced -> General -> Config editor", add/set dom.max_chrome_script_run_time to 0 so Thunderbird never complains about the script being busy. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Dom.max_script_run_time.
@jeezara But EM Client is so restrictive. I think it only allows 1 account! If you only have 1 account you might as well use webmail. What about older Outlook? What are the downsides to that? Like from 2003. I've got a copy. But I wonder about security when using older email programs. Of course Opera Mail has been dead for years.
@leocg said in What happened to the Vivaldi servers?:
Maybe someday they will add an option for a topic's OP to set a reply as the solution and, therefore, the topic as solved.
that would be nice to be able to tag a post as the selected solution.
@mussau said in Update Opera on Sony Bravia KDL-24EX320?:
I have a Sony Bravia KDL-24EX320, which apparently runs Linux under the hood, and has Opera 12.x installed. This leads to an error page most of the time: Unable to complete secure transaction. I wonder if this is due to old certificates or something like that, and whether it would be possible to update Opera on the TV. No help on the Sony forum.
JohnOpera for TVs has been discontinued.
A page on my site is showing in google search console 1,000,000 (Million) impressions per month on that search query
Why there should be so many searches for this quesry