Hi, if I got that right, current (4.7) kdepim uses akonadi as a storage backend for everything. Some questions regarding that: - nowadays I have a ~/Mail with a maildirish structure. Will that cease to exist under an akonadi-based kmail? - same thing for korganizer - one vCalendar file in the fs. Will that vanish too? The background - as far as I know, akonadi uses a big, fat mysql db for it's storage. And don't ask me, how much hours I spent debugging such generic storages in the past (not especially akonadi but I have no reason to believe that it will run with less hassles). And I'm not even talking about backup and restore of parts of the data. And now the question - I don't need desktop search, I don't need fancy tagging, I need a managable, stable system (no, don't ask me, why I'm using KDE anyway). Is there a way to get completely rid of akonadi at least for mail storage, calendar storage, address storage etc? I observed that kmail from unstable blocks if akonadi is not running, complaining "weee - i need akonadi to run", and if it's true that they are so tightly coupled that would be a clear cut case for me. regards, Dietz
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