[kdepim-users] Re: KMail2 import, help needed

Rafa Griman rafagriman at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 16:12:48 BST 2011

Hi Kevin and list :)

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:52 PM, Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at> wrote:


> > Either when I get back home (if it's not too late) or tomorrow
> > afternoon, I can try it again and send some CLI messages when running
> > from a konsole.
> If that doesn't work either, you can also try running Akonadi console,
> selecting the KMail folder resource and click the synchronize button.

Since KDE SC 4.7 final version is about to be released (July 27th) ...
I've decided to wait. Some bugs will get fixed and I'm not in that
much of a hurry ;)

BTW, is there any way to use KMail2 *WITHOUT* Akonadi? Just as you can
disable Nepomuk (which I do), some users (like me) might find
disabling Akonadi interesting. Or maybe, disabling it for certain apps

> > In any case, I still don't know where e-mails are imported too. My
> > main concern is where are e-mails stored once they're imported?
> > Importing "works", my only issue is where are my e-mails? So if
> > someone can tell me where they're copied (imported too) ... I'd stop
> > "pestering" ;)
> Unfortunately I have no idea how the importer works. I might have time to
> check the code but I am currently on a business trip so don't count on it.

No problem: work comes first ;) I'll look around to see if I find something.

Thanks for your time and your help !!!

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