Re: kmail expiry question

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gene heskett posted on Thu, 03 Nov 2011 11:18:51 -0400 as excerpted:

> This is kmail from a 32 bit kde-4.6.5 install on pclos-2011.

In this case, that's likely not enough info unless someone happens to be 
familiar with pclos (and even then it might be iffy).

What we need is either kmail or kdepim version, since in the kde 4.6 
timeframe, there were two active kdepim (and thus kmail) versions around, 
the new "akonadified" kmail2 version included in kdepim 4.6+, and the 
older non-akonadified kmail (1) included in kdepim 4.4, since kdepim 4.6 
wasn't really stable yet and a lot of distros stuck with the older kdepim 
4.4 with kmail1.

But since I've uninstalled kmail here (I believe you've seen that story 
so no need to repeat), and I didn't use kmail expiry enough before to 
remember how it behaved, I probably won't be of much help, anyway.  But 
Kevin may well be able to help you, once he knows the kdepim/kmail you're 
working with, anyway.

-- 
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"Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
and if you use the program, he is your master."  Richard Stallman

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