On Sunday 26 April 2009 19:02:05 Claude Jones wrote:
On Sun April 26 2009, Anne Wilson wrote:
> No. That's not checked, and since it's being ignored it must be a bug in
> th gui part, I think. However, it must be stored in a text file
is in ~/.kde/share/config/kmailrc -- it's towards the bottom of that file
under the [General] section
Interesting - it doesn't exist on my Mandriva laptop, but you are correct in
that it's there on the Fedora netbook, and set as you quoted.
your query triggered remembrance of some issues I'd been meaning to check -
not trying to do your homework for you
Like many people, when I'm tired I do silly things, so I never take offence at
help, and always appreciate it.
In this case it seems that the 'problem' is actually a feature which I had not
understood. Apparently, if an Inbox is expanded to show sub-folders it is
assume that you want to work with it, so it asks for a password if you don't
save it. If you cancel the password it collapses that inbox tree so you only
get the one you want to use (in my case it is a local IMAP from my own server
or a remote IMAP, still from my own server but when I am away from the LAN).
Neat, really, but I think this is a new feature in kmail 1.11.
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