Plasma hangs, could not log in

Anne Wilson cannewilson at
Wed Jul 20 20:58:08 BST 2011

On Wednesday, July 20, 2011 08:07:31 PM Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Wednesday, 2011-07-20, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > Many of those things have already been addressed.  Yes, any database that
> > attempts to index everything is going to be big.  The KMail issue,
> > though, I consider to be more serious.  I take it that you are using the
> > experimental KMail2?  I understand that IMAP and DIMAP have been merged,
> > and I assume that that means DIMAP (downloaded) in every case.  I'm not
> > too happy about that myself.
> IMAP and DIMAP have only been merged in the sense that KMail no longer
> contains any kinds differences between the two account types, nor does the
> IMAP resource as the new IMAP server accessor.
> It does not mean that there is no "online" IMAP anymore, that still exists.
> Local caching of mails is now actually doable on a much more fine grained
> level, e.g. on per-folder than on per-account basis.
> As far as I know there is just no folder level UI for that yet, so "DIMAP
> account" still cache all folders and "IMAP accounts" cache none.
Kevin, you're doing a wonderful job of trying to explain everything to us,but 
I have to admit, I'm still confused.

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