Am Montag, 22. Februar 2016 schrieb Lisi Reisz: > On Monday 22 February 2016 17:37:30 Gene Heskett wrote: > > share/config/kmailrc:folders[$e]=$HOME/Mail > > That, or Thierry's, or something similar, is the hack to which I was > referring. Perhaps because you came from KDE4? But it is not standard to > those who came from KDE3 and on up through TDE, which I would say is the > more "standard" route for this list. > > The OP was moving on through TDE, so Thierry's advice was pretty good info, > and the fact that you are on a non-standard Wheezy system does not alter > that. But it is interesting that going via several versions of Ubuntu and > KDE4 apparently sorts the problem out. I'd rather do a small hack manually! > > Lisi Hi Lisi! $HOME/Mail was definitly the standard on KDE, but it might be further down the road of history. I recall that last time I used SuSE (2003 I think) it was definitly there, also up the timeline in debian etch. I'm quite sure of this as I use kmail since ~ 2003 as my only mail client and carry it's config and location with me since then (and still some old mails :-) ). But memory gets lost in the fog of time ... ;-) Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.