Re: kmail expiry question
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On Thursday, November 03, 2011 09:31:23 PM Duncan did opine:
> 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.
KMail is 1.13.7. kdepim seems not to even be installed. Not in $PATH
anyway. The package manager says it is installed, version 220.127.116.11
> 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.
Thanks & Cheers, Gene
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