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Alert Notifier when e-mail receivedHi.
I receive a notifier when a email is received in right bottom corner of my desktop as we do receive with Outlook version. However the same functionality is not available in New version of Opera 12.
Further where do we in those option and can it be customized????
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In the properties for each account, you can set up a sound notification too.
There's also a Show Notification For No New Messages for when you manually check for new messages and they aren't any.
Originally posted by casiokumaar:
Opera doesn't have any options to specify how long the notification stays up or how long after a message arrives before the notification pops up. If you want those things, you can wish for them in the wish-list forum.
You can make a standalone installation to a folder on your desktop and setup the IMAP account in it to see if it works there. If it doesn't even work there, I'd look at external causes.
Are you using the default "Opera Standard" skin?
For Windows XP, are you using the standard winxp theme or are you using the classic theme?
15. July 2012, 00:09:24 (edited)
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Show Notification For New Messages=1
Show Notification For No New Messages=1
are present in the file. You can remove them from the file and Opera will use the default of 1. I think they'll only be shown in the file if you had messed with those settings in the UI at some point.
The [Windows] section of the file is quite massive and I wouldn't know where to begin with it. The entire prefs file is 10K. If anybody at Opera wants to explore my prefs file, I would be glad to send it to you. I know I never messed with it directly so there must be a bug somewhere in Opera. It must have created the problem on its own.
Originally posted by bosco30:
If anybody at Opera wants to explore my prefs file, I would be glad to send it to you.
Do you actually need your old operaprefs.ini? If not, I wouldn't worry about it and would just keep using the new one and recustomize any settings you need to.
I don't feel like looking at it atm. But, you can send it to my email address if you want and I might look at it some time.
Originally posted by bosco30:
The [Windows] section of the file is quite massive
You could just change the "[Windows]" section in the old file to what it is in the new file to see if that fixes it. That'd at least tell you if it's the "[Windows]" section or not.