kmail pop unsticker scripts

Donn donn.ingle at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 16:15:54 UTC 2007


If anyone is sick of the kmail "bug" which causes it to get stuck checking 
mail (sometimes), this might help you.

Michael McIntyre kindly crafted a bash script to do the dirty work. 
It's "bash" in every sense of the word as that is what it does to the 
email processes.

There are two flavours attached:
a)pop-unsticker -- has a timed delay
b)depopinator -- just goes postal.

I use depopinator in a cron that fires-up every 30minutes. So far, I have not 
had a problem. *touches head* :)

*Use at own risk, etc.*

hth
/d
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