On Monday 07 January 2008 22:41:53 Sylviane et Perry White wrote:
> On Monday 07 January 2008 18:27, Derek Broughton wrote:
> > > a week thing at home. *Don't come and pick up
> > > the trash until I say it is OK and I put it on the
> > > front curb.... :-):-)
> > In KMail's defence, I'd say (a) I believe it's default IMAP behaviour, so
> > not unreasonable for their local folders; and (b) how did the stuff get
> > in the trash in the first place? - You _did_ put the trash on the curb -
> > it's not unreasonable for the garbage collector to pick it up!
> OTHO desktop trashcan wait for you to empty them. This difference in
> behaviour might desserve a warning.
> Occasionnaly I have used the trashcan to store files because it is an
> already made folder, that is usually empty (mine at least) and easy to
> BOFH excuse #268: Neutrino overload on the nameserver
When I delete a mail item, it goes into the Kmail trash folder.
That is (IMHO) like putting papers from the desk to the trash
receptacle next to the desk. Or in the trash bin.
The trash man doesn't come into the house and empty my
trash. To me, that is what Kmail is doing. I thought that
it would not be deleted from the file system until I deleted
from the trash folder in Kmail. That is what I'm saying.
Evolution does not delete until I delete the item from the
If two programs like evolution and kmail differ in behaviour
then I think that the first time the program is run a message
or information should be noted to the user.
Thought for the masses and program developers. Authors
of books would be the first to write the behaviour in the
I think I might go back to UNIX mail or pine...... :-)
Chuck Adams, K7QO
Moving to Arizona? Bring your own water, please.
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