Ubuntu Friendly programme and Kubuntu
Jose Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa
ildefonso.camargo at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 22:37:32 UTC 2011
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Lindsay Mathieson
<lindsay.mathieson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Dec 2011 11:13:00 AM Jose Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa wrote:
>> > I'd choose the stable kdepim We haven't had a proper default mail
>> > client
>> > since the days of KDE3. This is personal of course. I don't pretend to
>> > speak for the Kubuntu users community.
>> +1 here, I want to get out of thunderbird... but kdepim is not working
>> properly... yet.
> I'd just like to put in a good word for the latest kdepim - I had given up on
> it for a while as well, but the 4.7.3 version has *really* come together.
> Interestingly it seems to work better with IMAP or dIMAP accounts that local
> ones. Currently I'm using it with my GMail account and it is coping *very*
> well and looks fabulous. Its nice to use something so well integrated with KDE
> use and look.
Yep, I'm using 4.7.3... still, it has this awful issue:
I have INBOX folder with subfolders: Sent, Trash, ....
If I try to configure them all (default), all folders has mails,
except INBOX.... if I change server-side subscriptions, and disable
all folders but INBOX (root for others), then it shows messages...
> There is a problem with the "Mail Dispatcher" agent disabling itself but that
> can be restarted using the akonadiconsole and apparently the problem is
> resolved in 4.7.4
> Still some issues involving CPU load and nepomuk but a fix for that is in 4.8,
> I've been testing the 4.8 beta via project neon and it looks even better.
Yeah, CPU usage too, nepomuk... and not related to kdepim, Strigi
still wants to re-index everything everytime I login.... I decided to
just disable it.... as a matter of fact, I don't yet know how to use
the indexes it creates, so.. it is not like I'm losing something vital
> In short, definitely worth a revisit with 4.7.3 and with 4.8 it should finally
> be suitable for general usage - think KDE 4.6 :)
> - Account migration seems somewhat dodgy still. I've been working from a fresh
> start with IMAP accounts.
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