[PATCH] Replacing email selection dialog in kmail

Tobias Koenig tokoe at kde.org
Mon Dec 1 10:24:13 GMT 2003

On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 07:39:39PM -0700, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On Sunday 30 November 2003 05:42, Ingo Klöcker wrote:

> > Anyway, I guess I know 
> > what you want to say. But normally the user will hopefully right click
> > on all new addresses (in the message viewer) and add them this way. Why
> > should a user enter an address by hand?
> you're right, in fact in a perfect world all the addresses they need would 
> come pre-loaded in the address book. we don't live in that perfect world. in 
> the real world people DO need to enter addresses by hand. i do it all the 
> time when on the phone with people, for instance. and i've usually got an 
> email composer window open already...
I don't like this argument... It's like "I'd like to have a disc
partitioning button in the email selection dialog because I use KMail
quite often and do partitioning my hard disc quite often as well...

I know neither libkabc nor KAddressBook provide an easy to integrate
contact editor at the moment (this will change in KDE4.0), so it's
absolutely ok to open KAddressBook at this point.

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