[KDE/Mac] Giving up on kdeinit4 and friends
mk-lists at email.de
Mon Sep 1 12:10:03 UTC 2014
> Actually, Mail.app has no problems talking with a local imap server.
oh, I didn't know.
> You need to figure out how to get the server up and running, with a
> certificate and all (IIRC it was actually easier to get imaps working
> than regular imap), but that's not very difficult with the information
I've downloaded my emails using mbsync (port isync) and would like to include
those IMAP stores in Mail.app, but do not see how I could achieve that on my
> available on the UW website and in `port dir imap-uw`/files/ . I've
> been doing that for years, first with my own imapd builds, later
> through the MacPorts imap-uw port.
OK, I guess I need to check out imap-uw then.
> However, doing this with Mail.app in 10.9 (or any version post 10.6) is
> utterly senseless, as it dropped support for non-offline mode. Meaning it'll
> cache everything from the server, regardless of whether that server lives on
> the same machine or 3 galaxies away. And that means that I will move away
> from Mail.app when I move away from OS X 10.6 .
I see. And I understand that kmail behaves differently as is still allows that
non-offline mode, right?
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