[PATCH] Multi-Protocol IO-Slave
kloecker at kde.org
Mon Jan 14 22:42:44 GMT 2008
On Monday 14 January 2008, nf2 wrote:
> Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > nf2 wrote:
> >> sieve.protocol
> > Here's an interesting thing:
> > if you don't like KMail's sieve editor, you can just open the file
> > in KWrite!
> > kwrite sieve://imap.example.com/script
> > ALL of the protocols you listed as internal have some benefit in
> > being public, to a degree or another. You can browse your POP3
> > messages directly from Konqueror, for instance.
> Yeah - that's a nice feature - for experts. They will understand why
> it only works with KWrite and not with GEdit.
> What about mail attachments? Does KMail use KIO to pass attachments
> to other apps?
I suppose you are talking about IMAP. No, currently KMail does not pass
imap-URLs to other apps although it would be possible.
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