On 02/03/2012 05:34 PM, Mark Greenwood wrote:
On 3 Feb 2012, at 22:44, Steve Riley wrote:
On 2012-02-03 23:29:19 Valter Mura
> In data gioved√¨ 19 gennaio 2012
10:55:54, Steve Riley ha scritto:
> > Success seems to happen
only if you follow a certain sequence of steps.
> > $ akonadictl stop
> > $ rm -rfv
> > $ rm -rfv
> > $ rm -rfv
> > $ akonadictl start
> > Log into your Gmail account
via the web. Go to mail settings | Forwarding
> > and POP/IMAP. Under "When I
mark..." turn off auto-expunge. Under "When a
> > message..." select
> > Then, in KMail, don't use
the account wizard. Instead, manually configure
> > your Gmail settings. When
configuring your IMAP resource, after entering
> > your Google credentials on
the General tab, be sure to go to the Advanced
> > tab and click the Auto
> > Let KMail perform its
initial sync, then close it. Now open it. Return to
> > the configuration window.
Modify your identity and set your sent-mail and
> > drafts folders to the
folders on Google. Modify your IMAP resource and set
> > the trash folder to Google.
> I have to say that, after having
applied this procedure, Kmail seems to have
> start to work properly again,
for which I am *very happy*. I've started to
> use it again!
Cool! Glad it's working for you.
plugin now works for Google calendars in Korganizer,
too. Well, it works for your primary calendar, anyway.
If you have secondary Google calendars, you still need
to configure CalDAV resources for those. See:
C'Mon people‚Ä¶. email is over 40 years old. It's no longer
rocket science, it's an everyday activity. If it's this
difficult to configure a client then something is very wrong
with the client in terms of fundamental design. This shouldn't
be tolerated in something which is released for general use.
Shame on you, Kubuntu.
Yes, Shame on you, Kubuntu.¬* I have used Kubuntu for six or more
years and kmail for probably 10years.¬* But when I upgraded from
Kubuntu 8-04 to 10-04 because I was running out of support time,
suddenly everything was foreign.¬* Kmail became completely useless
and I tried to configure it for several weeks.¬* No good, so I tried
Thunderbird and it lacks so much that the old kmail had that I hate
to use it.¬*
When you download an iso and install you shouldn't have to spend
months making it into a usable system.¬* I don't think I will ever be
able to make this 10-04 into something as easy to use and as
feature-rich as my 8-04 was.
It almost seems like the designers working on each new version have
said, "How can we make this more complicated?" And they found a way.
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