[kde-linux] konqueror:main and location toolbars no more on the same line
pcatchlove at t-online.de
Thu May 22 06:07:17 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 21 May 2008 00:14:56 Rafael F. Compte wrote:
> El DÍA May 20 2008 15:42:59 Anne Wilson escribió:
> > On Tuesday 20 May 2008 19:25:00 Rafael F. Compte wrote:
> > > El DÍA May 20 2008 10:03:26 Max K. escribió:
> > > > > On Monday 19 May 2008 11:41, Max K. wrote:
> > > > > > > hey try to quote when you reply
> > > > > >
> > > > > > I did quote...
> > > > >
> > > > > Your messages are very difficult to read. It looks as though it
> > > > > may be a hotmail problem. Are there any settings in hotmail that
> > > > > might improve this?
> > > >
> > > > Don't know - I already had a look at the settings, but found nothing
> > > > appropriate :(
> > >
> > > It's hotmail, I have the same problem. For instance, it is easier to
> > > read if you click on the html attachment on kmail. The problem is that
> > > hotmail sends an akward html code for formatting, but you probably know
> > > that.
> > Can hotmail be set up to send and receive through kmail, as gmail can?
> > If that's possible it would make things a lot easier.
> > Anne
> Unfortunately you can't. Not with Kmail. You can set up gmail and yahoo
> mail, because they support imap (only gmail that I know) and pop (both).
> Hotmail doesn't. They used to have a special Hotmail service that was paid
> for that could allow you to receive your messages in your mail client's
> inbox. But I don't know for sure if it still exists, I never wanted to give
> them my money.
> Currently the only client (AFAIK) that can be set up to receive mail from
> a hotmail account is Mozilla Thunderbird, that is if you install the
> Webmail extension. But that stops working every few months, because
> Microsoft changes its protocol and breaks it, then you have to wait for the
> update... That is more or less the situation.
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I use "getlive" from sourceforge, which is working just fine right now. You
have to set it up yourself in kmail configuration.
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