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Old 23 Jan 2024, 04:06 AM   #1
regis92
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Question Webmail in which i can receive/send emails from multiple domains (including Gmail)

Hello everybody !

Does anyone know of a WEBMAIL that allows to configure MULTIPLE IMAP ACCOUNTS FROM MULTIPLE DOMAINS simultaneously in the SAME WINDOW ? (Off course I don't want to have to change from user/domain every time I want to consult my different accounts...)
NB: Among these multiple domains, there are both custom domains (where I can change the DNS zone thus) but also public domains like GMAIL or HOTMAIL (for example, I have 2 email accounts on GMAIL and 1 email account on HOTMAIL...).
From here, I would like to :
- RECEIVE but also SEND emails from any of these ACCOUNTS
- FILTER my emails into specific folders according to the EMAIL ADRESS...

What I'm looking for is quite common on desktop email clients (Outlook, Thunderbird...), which is why I can't understand why it's so difficult, if not impossible, to find on webmails !

Thank you so much in advance for your kind reply !
Best regards, Regis
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Old 23 Jan 2024, 04:41 AM   #2
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Have a look at rainloop. I've used it, successfully, with half a dozen different email accounts.

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Old 23 Jan 2024, 06:12 AM   #3
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I believe Vivaldi Mail can do it too. https://vivaldi.com/features/mail/
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Old 23 Jan 2024, 06:53 AM   #4
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Old 23 Jan 2024, 06:54 AM   #5
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I believe Vivaldi Mail can do it too.
Yes, they do. I forgot to mention Vivaldi. I don't remember if their webmail does that, but I know their browser still does. The only disappointment I have with RainLoop is the 'local client look', even though I have had no problems 'grouping' multiple email accounts.

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Old 24 Jan 2024, 06:06 AM   #6
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I don't remember if their webmail does that, but I know their browser still does.
Isn't their browser-based Vivaldi Mail "webmail?"
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Old 24 Jan 2024, 06:15 AM   #7
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Isn't their browser-based Vivaldi Mail "webmail?"
A webmail .net address/account is available, but when you get that you also get POP, IMAP and SMTP access to their mailservers. Part of their browser is a real mail client, like seamonkey or something.

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