Kmail missing from KDE 4.0 Koffice
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Wed Jan 23 21:52:03 GMT 2008
On Wednesday 23 January 2008, James Gray wrote:
> On 24/01/2008, at 5:26 AM, Chris Gow wrote:
> > On Wednesday 23 January 2008 11:21:23 Derek Broughton wrote:
> >> Practically any mailbox can be imported by kmail (the package has
> >> been
> >> separated out as kmailcvt), but this is the #1 reason why I'm not
> >> even
> >> trying KDE4. I keep installing the latest updates, and all of
> >> KDEPIM is
> >> still broken.
> > Is there any reason why you do not run KDEPIM 3.5 in a KDE 4
> > session? That
> > works (at least for me).
> > KDEPIM 4 won't be released until KDE 4.1 comes out which is sometime
> > in July
> Yet another example of the "wait for the first update" rule when
> wanting something new ;) Like many, I avoid any software that is
KDEPIM isn't even being released with KDE 4, so it's best to wait anyway.
3.5.x version works just fine.
> version x.0; I usually wait for x.1 before installing if it's anything
> I rely on. I have a parallel installation of KDE 3.5 and 4.0 on my
> Kubuntu workstation in the office, but only "dabble" in KDE4. I still
> rely on the tried and trusted KDE 3.5 for all my work duties. Having
> said that though, what I've seen of KDE4 is great, just not quite all
> there yet (a lot of icons and button images are missing for one).
No idea about that. SVN version is looking spiffy.
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