SSL/TLS-configuration in KDE 4.3

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at
Fri Sep 4 11:31:38 BST 2009

On Thursday, 2009-09-03, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
> In <pan.2009. at>, Duncan wrote:
> >By contrast, the highest voted bug (5300+ votes) is against kmail, due to
> >its locking up the UI (single-threading) when it tries to do anything
> >taking major time -- checking mail when using external filters and
> >attempting to verify an unverifiable gpg key are a couple examples.  It
> >was imported from the /previous/ bug tracker back in 2002 (kde 3.0.0),
> >and /still/ hasn't been fixed, thru all of kde3, and now into kde 4.3,
> >altho it should simply go away with the kmail based on akonadi rewrite
> >that will likely hit with kde 4.5.  kmail will then be basically a GUI
> >wrapper around akonadi.
> That will be unfortunate.  I'll have to find a new email client (was
> Mailody ever ported to KDE 4?)

Yes, it is in extragear. Basically the first application to make heavy use of 

> 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.)

Postgres is supported already. Work on getting SQLite play nice in 
multithreaded apps is still on-going though.


Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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