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Re: Using mutt + kmail

My solution to this was to setup and run courier-imap on my local machine...
both mutt and kmail can connect to imap servers...  this also gives me a nice 
way to read my email from somewhere else (use courier-imap-ssl for security)

I recommend Maildir with imap though, as courier-imap+Maildir is MUCH faster 
than uw-imap with mbox.

Also, the CVS version of KDE understand PGP/MIME, in fact, the kgpg 
integration in KDE 3.2 (cvs) rocks.

On Thursday 26 June 2003 9:51 am, Jens Benecke wrote:
> Hi,
> I like KMail for its GUI. I use mutt primarily (because I often read mail
> remotely via SSH), but I'd like to use KMail when working locally. I
> realize I'd have to
> - let KMail recreate its index files each time it starts up,
> - accept that KMail apparently cannot handle PGP/MIME correctly yet,
> Anything else? I use mbox files and I don't plan on changing this (with my
> mail volume, maildir is about 10x as slow when using mutt...)
> --
> Jens Benecke
> http://www.hitchhikers.de - Europaweite Mitfahrzentrale
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