[kde-linux] How to check kmail has some unread mails ?

christophe christophe.dr at free.fr
Tue Mar 27 12:49:10 UTC 2007

Le Mardi 27 Mars 2007 14:41, Kevin Krammer a écrit :
> On Tuesday 27 March 2007 13:59 +0100, christophe wrote:
> > In a script, i'd like to check wether kmail has some unread mails.
> > In order to do so, i found on a mailing list that something like :
> > `cat /home/christophe/.kde/share/apps/kmail/mail/.*.index | grep -c
> > "0000"` would do the trick, but it always returns zero. Where am i wrong
> > ?
> If you have been using KMail for a long time, the mails might be in the old
> location
> ~/Mail


> % dcop kmail KMailIface folderList | while read folder; do dcop $(dcop
> kmail KMailIface getFolder $folder) unreadMessages; done

I've tried it but it doesn't work.
dcop kmail KMailIface folderList
returns :


And of course directories like /local/something don't exist...

> Cheers,
> Kevin

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