Rick Montgomery rick at royalpurple.com
Sat Apr 1 19:58:56 BST 2006

Leave on server for "X" number of days would be alright if it wasn't for the
fact I use multiple computers/OS/Location. So the ability to delete when
deleted from "inbox" is an extremely handy feature ala "thunderbird",
"Outlook" etc. Evolution does not have this feature either. I'll look into
the shortcut configurations.




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-----Original Message-----
From: Bram Schoenmakers [mailto:bramschoenmakers at kde.nl] 
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 3:36 AM
To: kde at mail.kde.org
Subject: Re: [kde] K-Mail

Op zaterdag 01 april 2006 06:45, schreef Rick Montgomery:


> Question: Arrow keys and enter key. I can not navigate up or down with my
> arrow keys and hitting enter does not open highlighted mail. SuSe 10
> ThinkPad A22M P3-800 / 512. works fine in TBird or Evolution though am I
> missing something?

You can configure the shortcuts to your liking when you go to Settings -> 
Configure Shortcuts... Look for actions like "Next message" and "Next Unread


> also would be nice to have an option to delete from 
> server when deleted from inbox.

AFAIK, this is not possible in the current KMail version. There are several 
other options regarding deleting mails on the server in the account settings

(leave on server for x days for example).

Kind regards,

Bram Schoenmakers
KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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