All local folders lost in KMail
john at lawquest.com
Wed Aug 14 19:32:38 BST 2019
Consistency. I am old and cumbered. I still use a foxpro varient of dbase But I can
search files with foxpro that are 30 years old. Same with pop-3, though I made what
may have been a mistake by switching from Thunderbird to Kmail many years back.
I am hoping that kmail gets fixed. It did pop-3 great under debian jessie.
On Wednesday, August 14, 2019 10:42:42 AM PDT René J.V. Bertin wrote:
> On Wednesday August 14 2019 17:30:38 Peter Humphrey wrote:
> > my mail on the local IMAP server instead of fetching it here. I've only
> > had
> > that in place since it became clear that KMail would never be fault free
> > with POP accounts.
> I'm always a bit surprised when I see people are actually still using that
> old, cumbersome protocol (POP3). I'd most likely configure the account(s)
> in question as external(s) in one of my gmail accounts, have gmail fetch
> the mail, filter it etc. and then read it over IMAP.
> If you already have a local IMAP server, why not use that for archiving
> (with the account configured to cache as little as possible in the akonadi
> db to prevent too much redundancy? The reason I use IMAP for archiving is
> that it's MUA-agnostic, and the actual folders are simple files I can hack
> into with vi if I have a reason to.
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