martin at lichtvoll.de
Sat Oct 8 13:22:29 BST 2016
Am Samstag, 8. Oktober 2016, 13:05:51 CEST schrieb O. Sinclair:
> On 10/08/16 10:30, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> > Am Samstag, 8. Oktober 2016, 06:45:09 CEST schrieb O. Sinclair:
> >>> So if its crashing for you *daily*, something seems to be different and
> >>> it
> >>> could be helpful to stop ranting… and start describing what setup you
> >>> actually have. (That said I completely get the ranting part. Having
> >>> issues like that with a mail client you depend on is %&/§)=$/%. I
> >>> completely get that).
> >>> Thanks,
> >> As noted in another reply: it worked fine for me in the version you are
> >> using. In the Plasma5 version 5.1.3 I am using it is currently, to me, a
> >> disaster. Right now I am told I have about 600 unread email in an IMAP
> >> account that I very well know I may have 3 or 4....
> > How do you happen to know what version I am using? I am using Sid and
> > update often, so its as fresh as it can get (on Debian). Akonadi
> > 4:16.04.3-2 and KMail 4:16.04.3-1. Or from KMail about window: Version
> > 5.2.3 running on Frameworks 5.26.0. I know there is 16.08 out there, but
> > WebEngine still in packaging process on Debian (it does not seem to be
> > that easy to get it build in a way that suits Debian needs).
> > So if you are using a way older KMail, you may as well also using a way
> > older Akonadi… and definately not a newer one.
> > So my first suggestion to you would be: Try to get this updated to at
> > least the 16.04 versions I am using.
> >> It looks like I will have to spend the weekend trying to recreate
> >> accounts and so on. The point is: I like Kmail, I really do. But a
> >> simple upgrade should not render it more or less useless
> > Of course it shouldn´t.
> > I just can share my experience and how it differs, and the different
> > versions we use *may* be one, maybe even the major reason for the
> > differences we see.
> > I know how frustrating it can be to dig out logs and try to find out whats
> > wrong, but your descriptions are not sufficient to tell whats really going
> > on on your system.
> I think I confused your mail with someone else on version. I am on
> Kubuntu 16.04 with all backports and that is when the problems started.
> In the last Kubuntu KDE4 version 14.10 I had very few problems
I misread Plasma version 5.1.3 for the KMail version.
Anyway I am out of this thread. My answers didn´t seem to help anything and it
is a waste of my time.
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