At last - Kmail spam filtering - Help and a note for kde developers.
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Nov 27 15:12:39 GMT 2006
Thanks I've finally found the help file on the mail filters. It can be got to
on my system by hitting help in the anti spam wizard and following a link to
filters in that. Help in the configure filters window doesn't seem to offer a
route to the same information.
Unfortunately commitments prevent me from helping for some time. One day
maybe. There is also an issue on language skills - I have never had the time
to get on stream with c++. Mostly assembler then C and others. This fact and
the scripting facilities available in linux is probably what gave rise to my
suggestion. That in any case would probably be better placed within linux
rather than kde.
Off Topic but: For any one else who is interested in an easier route to
writing programs for their systems the following link may be of interest.
Basic can make an excellent scripting language too. The learning curve isn't
too steep and a complex program will soon illustrate why structure and naming
etc is important:
Unfortunately many of the offerings seem to be purely compiler based which
looses some of the advantages gained from the original concept especially for
a novice user. Syntax could be checked by simply typing the commands.
KDE 3.4.2 B
On Sunday 26 November 2006 16:02, Philip Rodrigues wrote:
> Gary L. Greene, Jr. wrote:
> > On Sunday 26 November 2006 04:38, John wrote:
> >> I thought that might be the case but where is the documentation? It
> >> might tempt me to upgrade.
> Help->KMail Handbook. (Well, if something's been written on this, it'll be
> there). You can see the docs for the latest version at docs.kde.org.
> >> masses. Rather than specific scripts for kmail as indicated here
> >> wouldn't a kde wide scripting language based on that be a more sensible
> >> and generally more useful path to follow? Ok line numbers and goto's are
> >> old
> I guess I sound like a broken record here, but "Don't say 'we should',
> say 'I will'" is as relevant as ever. As Gary has pointed out, there are
> efforts underway to improve KDE's scripting capabilities, so now is a good
> time to get involved and help out. A short message to kde-devel at kde.org
> should be enough to find out what the plans are, who's working on it, and
> where you can help.
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