[kdepim-users] importing old kmail emails

Gene Heskett gheskett at wdtv.com
Thu Jan 1 23:18:27 GMT 2015

On Thursday 01 January 2015 10:27:45 Werner Joss did opine
And Gene did reply:
> Am Donnerstag, 1. Januar 2015, 10:14:25 schrieb Gene Heskett:
> > So do I, although I would like to set up an imap server here that
> > would be accessible from the rest of my home network.  Its a bit of
> > a pain in my ancient arthritic back to have to come down the hill
> > from the shop where my cnc machines are, just to send a message to
> > the emc-users list, or to get a reply.  What would be the cats meow
> > would be to make the imap sw (dovecot?) access and export via imap,
> > the database kmail sets up, so it is then available to all 3 of the
> > cnc machines.
> just a note on that: I think your best choice is to deliver your mails
> from your provider via fetchmail/procmail to a local imap server
> (dovecot is ok, or courier...) and then access them from all your
> clients via imap. centralized spam filtering is also an option here,
> getting you rid of setting up every client for doing that.
> Werner
Truly what I had in mind, but the docs I have read do not admit that its 
even possible.  Do you have a URL for a HowTo?


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