disable kwallet for kmail

Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. bss03 at volumehost.net
Wed May 30 04:58:08 BST 2007

On Tuesday 29 May 2007 13:53:32 malebeast at gmail.com wrote:
> Is any way to disable kwallet for kmail but use it for other kde
> applications? It is not acceptable to type all passwords for mailboxes any
> time kde session changed.

If you use kwallet, it's only one password (the wallet password) and then that 
unlocks stored account passwords.  You could even set up a password-less 
kwallet, IIRC, but I wouldn't recommend that.

If you don't use kwallet you either have to (a) type in each password in turn 
or (b) store the passwords insecurely on the filesystem.  Actually, I'm not 
even sure (b) is an option anymore since it's a bad idea.

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