Thanks, Leo. Sort of reminds me of how Mozilla jettisoned Thunderbird which was turned over to an online community to continue its development and updating. I think the Mozilla Corp. saw it as something most users no longer needed or wanted. it's one of the mysteries (for me at least) as to why Vivaldi caters to a very small community that want a complete suite. This idea is so yesterday... so 90's in thinking. I suppose there will always be users who want such things but for today, I believe most users want online email clients easily checked from many devices and sometimes not even their own devices. I can see why Opera would dump their email client.
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