Kmail starts at login

Thomas Olsen tanghus at gmail.com
Wed Jul 8 23:34:35 UTC 2009


On Wednesday 08 July 2009 23:36:15 Derek Broughton wrote:
> Clay Weber wrote:
> > Check out the Session Manager in System Settings' Advanced tab.  Turn of
> > saved sessions there. That should take care of that
>
> That's horrible overkill - now you've turned off restarting ALL apps.

Yes, but I did try it just to see if a session was saved with a running kmail 
but to no avail.

> Session Manager, iirc, lets you specify to either restart with a _specific_
> session, the last session you logged out from, or a new session.  So, it's
> worthwhile to check it, because you may be always restarting a session that
> had an active KMail, but I wouldn't turn it _off_.  I'd set Session Manager
> to restart the applications that were running when you logged out (kind of
> useless under KDE 4, since half the apps abort rather than saving their
> session states, but _ideally_ it's nice).

Thats how I usually select to have it and how it's configured now.

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