SSL/TLS-configuration in KDE 4.3
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Fri Sep 4 02:22:47 BST 2009
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. posted on Thu, 03 Sep 2009 09:39:25 -0500 as
> That will be unfortunate. I'll have to find a new email client (was
> Mailody ever ported to KDE 4?) since I refuse to use Akonadi until it
> uses a database other than MySQL. (SQLite would be fine with me, I
> already have that installed for development purposes; PostgreSQL would
> be preferable.)
I'm not looking forward to it either, for much the same reason. I need a
full MySQL like I need another hole in my head, and a mail client so I
/do/ need it is only slightly more welcome. I've been quite happy with
kmail, and I'll probably try the new versions, but I'm not at all sure
I'll stick with them. <shrug> Mail I'll go terminal mail client of some
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