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Since version 12, Opera Mail for Windows allows external programs such as LibreOffice to send a file as a message attachment, but Opera Mail for Linux needs a third-party script to add this functionality for LibreOffice on Linux.
Opera Mail does not have a native tool to export its contacts, but third-party tools exist to do the job.
SpiderOak makes synchronizing directories easy, but synchronizing an individual file takes a little work.
Browser extensions to help users to download online videos hosted on video sites like YouTube and Vimeo. …
How to bypass a browser's local cache. …
Files to back up if you use the Opera browser. These notes consider only backing up Opera as a browser. If you use Opera as a mail or Usenet client or as a feed reader, those cases are considered separately.
One day I discovered that needed mail was missing from my IMAP server. Hoping to find them, I searched in the cache of a little-used mail client. Here’s how I did it.
Opera Mail does not support multiple identities, but if you’re willing to settle for limited functionality, a kludge is possible to give a drop-down list of addresses to choose from as your address when you send a message.
How to upgrade to a newer version of Opera, or migrate your preferences to an Opera installation on a different device.