Kmail Setup Change(?) - Edgy-
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Wed Nov 15 13:52:29 UTC 2006
On Tuesday 14 November 2006 22:45, Howard Coles Jr. wrote:
>On Monday 13 November 2006 10:54 pm, Irena & Richard Jenkins wrote:
>> I am the only user of this machine. When I stop using KMail, I am
>> prompted by KWallet for saving my password. When I elect not to use
>> Kwallet. I am prompted whether or not I wich to use the less secure
>> method of saving my password in the kmailrc file ... buried deep
>> beneath the .kde directory in my home partition.
>> Now I am inclined to drop KWallet off my desktop ... because I don't
>> use it to save an other passwords. However, I have found that adept
>> wants to remove kubuntu-desktop was well!! This I have refrained from
>> Is there a way to drop KWallet ... and these useless nags ... from my
>> machine ... and save my passwords as in previous editions of KMail??
>I have a question. If you're going to let KMail store the password in a
> less secure fashion, why not just go ahead and let Kwallet store it in
> a more secure fashion?
>What I did was supply the passwords (because I use KMail with multiple
>accounts) and a KWallet password, and then gave KMail (or Kontact) the
> ok to always open it.
>No more prompts, no worries.
>Not only that but if you want to use keys so sign messages KWallet comes
> in handy there too.
Somehow I got rid of the nags, but now I can't re-enable kwallet. Now
that I have kmail up and running on this new FC6 install, I can devote
some thought to kwallet, but it seems to have gone away. How can I get
>Howard Coles Jr.
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