Syncing Kmail with laptop
guido.dom at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 13:33:51 UTC 2006
I use Evolution to sync my Palm Z 22, without any other software.
On 11/16/06, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 15/11/06, Vayu <vayu at sklinks.com> wrote:
> > Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > > I may be getting mymelf a laptop, and I'd like to be able to check my
> > > mail from either the laptop or the desktop and resync them when I get
> > > home. I download my mail from several POP3 servers and I'd rather not
> > > leave the mail on the server after I've downloaded it to one of the
> > > machines. Is there an elegant solution for syncing the mail between
> > > two systems, or must I rsync the /.kde/share/apps/kmail directory?
> > >
> > > Note that I plan on using the entire Kontact suite soon, and I'd liek
> > > to have it syncronized between the machines as well. Thanks in
> > > advance.
> > >
> > > Dotan Cohen
> > >
> > > http://what-is-what.com/what_is/linux_distribution.html
> > >
> > >
> > I've been wanting to do it a more sophisticated way using fetchmail and
> > such as others have posted, but I haven't had the time to get it going
> > yet. I also don't have my computers accessible over the web and don't
> > want to.
> > I do it using only the client. I'm using Thunderbird, so you would have
> > to figure out the details with kmail.
> > I keep my laptop on the local network, it downloads from my various pop
> > accounts using Thunderbird. Then my desktop has Thunderbird pointing
> > it's maildirectory and profile over to the laptop which is mounted as a
> > local share using Samba and fstab. Everything I receive and send stays
> > on the laptop. When I run out of the house with the laptop it has
> > everything on it. When I go back home then my desktop accesses
> > everything I've done while I was gone. (I actually do pretty much the
> > same thing with all my data)
> > (I would love to use kmail but my second desktop has windows, I have to
> > use it often and I do the same trick with Thunderbird on that machine. I
> > like kmail better but I haven't found a windows client that can read the
> > kmail files from my laptop.)
> That actually sounds like a great idea. Only thing is, the laptop
> would have to be powered on 24/7.
> Dotan Cohen
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