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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Kopete

From: Kristopher Gamrat <chaotickjg@...>
Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2011 18:46:20 -0500
On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Jan Litwiński <jlitwinski@...> wrote:
> W dniu 27.11.2011 20:02, Francois Andriot pisze:
>> Le 27/11/2011 18:52, Jan Litwiński a écrit :
>>> W dniu 27.11.2011 18:13, Francois Andriot pisze:
>>>> Le 27/11/2011 18:05, Jan Litwiński a écrit :
>>>>> in knode can't find in path
>>>>> in kmail can't find in path
>>>>> kontact shows only welcome screen
>>>> OK I see, the ".la" files are package inside the "-devel" package,
>>>> whereas they should not.
>>>> I guess you can solve this problem now by installing
>>>> "trinity-kdepim-devel" package, I will correct this and rebuild the
>>>> package ASAP.
>>>> Thanks for reporting (alas it is not related to the kopete problem).
>>> thanks now works
>> OK, so I've finally found out the Kopete protocol issues (especially MSN).
>> Then I've built and uploaded the following new packages for RHEL and
>> Fedora, which solve the discussed issues:
>> trinity-kdenetwork 3.5.13-4
>> trinity-kdepim 3.5.13-3
>> Wait for them to appear on the Trinity Mirrors (~24 hours), then just do
>> a "yum update" to get them.
> kmail works and don't works :)
> On Gmail imap I have error Error while listing folder /[Gmail]/star marked (this is my translate :) )
> Pop account don't work when I send mail I have error "can't run process pop3s"

Are you using IMAP or cached IMAP for Gmail? I'm using cached IMAP
without issue.

Another thing to check is if you're using "Show only serverside
subscribed folders". Make sure that is set, go to your Folder list and
right-click on the top-level folder for your gmail (probably whatever
you entered as the "Account Name" in Kmail), select "Serverside
subscription..." and make sure the folders you want in Kmail are
checked off. Once you're done with that, synchronize it and see if it
works right.

If not, we need to know what the error is.

POP isn't for sending mail. It's a different protocol for retrieving
mail. Use SMTP for sending.

Kristopher Gamrat
Ark Linux webmaster