On Saturday 16 June 2018 22:29:29 Stefan Krusche wrote: > Hi Glen, > > Am Samstag 16 Juni 2018 schrieb Glen Cunningham: > > G'day All Trinity Gurus, > > I am currently running KMail on a very old KDE/Trinity > > installation. /etc/issue shows "Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS" which needs to > > be pensioned off immediately. > > I have installed tde-14.0.4-ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso > > onto a newer computer. The installation seems OK and I managed to > > transfer the mozilla bookmarks to the new computer but getting > > KMail across has me stumped. > > Googling did not produce anything useful. :-((( > > On this old computer the KMail info seems to be stored in > > /home/glen/.kde3/share/apps/kmail > > but the new installation seems to have a very different > > directory structure. > > > > So, can the KMail settings and emails be copied to the newer > > computer? If anyone knows how, please let me know in GOF-speak > > (that is words of 2-syllables or less). > > > > Ta, > > Glen > > if you find these files in your old config directory, then copy all > of them into the new one while kmail is not running: > > .trinity/share/config/kmail.eventsrc > .trinity/share/config/kmailrc > .trinity/share/config/kmailsnippetrc > .trinity/share/config/emaildefaults > .trinity/share/config/emailidentities > > Directories, filters and almost everything is stored in kmailrc. You > will want your emailidentities, too, I guess. The other ones are not > so important unless you want your previously configured sounds etc. > > In addition to the kmail data directory > "/home/glen/.kde3/share/apps/kmail" which you already have copied, > that should do the trick. > > Regards, > Stefan <snip> Thanks for the reply, Stefan, None of the files that you suggest exit in this old installation. G.