KDE (vs GNOME)
ben at meyerhome.net
Sat Nov 12 18:15:16 GMT 2005
On Saturday 12 November 2005 9:03 am, Martin Konold wrote:
> Am Freitag, 11. November 2005 22:49 schrieb Thiago Macieira:
> > The virtual (search) folders in KMail are quite nice.
> They are unfortunately for real world use totally useless :-(
> The reason is that they use 100% CPU and 80% IO after the initial
> population. So e.g. having two search folders makes Kontact unusable.
> -- martin
I was going to say that they are real world useless because to create new
search folders you have to do something completely different then what you
think you should do. I think I should be able to right click, or click some
"add search folder", instead you have to open the Find Messages dialog and
after you create the search, *then* search and *then* rename the "Search
Folder Name" it magically appears in the folder listings. If you do any of
those steps wrong you wont get it to work. Did anyone else find that
confusing and not intuitive? KMail might have search functionality, but I
bet you almost no one uses it because it is so hard to manage and maybe that
is why it doesn't get much testing and has poor performance.
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