Jonas Norlander jonorland at
Thu Mar 13 14:47:36 UTC 2008

2008/3/13, Tom R <tomrood1 at>:
> Jamie,
>  The discussion didn't seem to cover how to add an item
>  to the KDE Menu though it would seem that it was the
>  obvious answer to your problem.
>  I'm using kubuntu 8.04 alpha 2 KDE 3.5.9 with updates.
>  Kmail is not in the menu though it does start
>  correctly from konsole (i.e., kmail<ENTER>).  You can
>  add it to your menu if you like by right clicking the
>  K menu icon, selecting Menu Editor then selecting New
>  Item from the File menu.
>  Also, if you've got a bad configuration of kmail, you
>  can get rid of it by deleting the following
>  files/folders:
>  /home/<USER>/.kde/share/config/kmail.eventsrc
>  /home/<USER>/.kde/share/config/kmailrc
>  /home/<USER>/.kde/share/apps/kmail
>  Once they are gone, kmail should start to the
>  configuration wizard.
>  Thomas

Just a warning!

Don't just delete this folder without take a backup or you will lose all your
downloaded mail.

/ Jonas

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