ve1drg at av.eastlink.ca
Sun Jan 12 12:55:10 GMT 2003
At 12:36 AM 1/12/03 -0800, you wrote:
>On Sunday 12 January 2003 12:22 am, Erik Jakobsen wrote:
> > > I can't seem to find the spot where I can get Kmail to automatically
> > > check for new mail when I bring it up. I have to manually ask it to
> > > check for new mail but afterwards it automatically checks for mail every
> > > 10 mins. It seems to me that there was a spot to tell it to do this
> > > automatically when Kmail was first brought up? Was that feature removed?
> > > If not, any hints as to where I might find it..
> > You set it where you set up the receiving parameters: login. password, and
> > host. There's a checkbox 'Enable interval mail checking'. There you choose
> > the interval yourself.
> > If not ok. I'll send you a picture of it
> > HTH.
>I think Ted is asking a different question: (How to tell kmail to check mail
>on startup.) I vaguely remember a setting for this in past versions, but
>don't see it now.
Yes. That is correct. It is at STARTUP that I want kmail to start
checking for new mail.
And for it to do it without me asking it to do it..
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