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Re: [trinity-users] Kopete

From: Jan Litwiński <jlitwinski@...>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 21:00:07 +0100
W dniu 28.11.2011 20:53, Jan Litwiński pisze:
> W dniu 28.11.2011 20:48, Kristopher John Gamrat pisze:
>> On Monday 28 November 2011 01:36:11 pm Francois Andriot wrote:
>>> Le 28/11/2011 18:45, Jan Litwiński a écrit :
>>>> W dniu 28.11.2011 18:32, Kristopher John Gamrat pisze:
>>>>> On Monday 28 November 2011 12:19:11 pm Jan Litwiński wrote:
>>>>>> W dniu 28.11.2011 17:53, Kristopher John Gamrat pisze:
>>>>>>> On Monday 28 November 2011 11:40:25 am Jan Litwiński wrote:
>>>>>>>>> If Francois can't fix it in his packages, then file a bug report
>>>>>>>>> with TDE.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Gmail supports both IMAP and POP3, so you don't need to sue POP.
>>>>>>>>> If you prefer Thunderbird, though, that's fine. To each his own
>>>>>>>>> :-)
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> J have 3 accounts gmail with imap, netscape with imap (it works)
>>>>>>>> and pop
>>>>>>>> with that account I write now it don't work with kmail
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You mean neither IMAP nor POP work, or just the POP?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I'm using IMAP with my Gmail (plus several other accounts) with no
>>>>>>> issues. SMTP works fine too. I don't use Fedora, but if IMAP and
>>>>>>> SMTP don't work for you, then it's probably an issue with Fedora
>>>>>>> packages.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If your problem is POP only, I can't confirm this since I don't
>>>>>>> have my Gmail or any other email configured for POP.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> POP don't work at all, my aol imap works and gmail imap don't work I
>>>>>> will try change config with gmail
>>>>>
>>>>> I don't know if regular IMAP will work with Kmail and Gmail, I
>>>>> haven't tried it.
>>>>>
>>>>> If Gmail doesn't work with Kmail using Cached IMAP, then the problem
>>>>> is with the Fedora packages. Gmail works fine with Cached IMAP on
>>>>> Debian, and regular IMAP works with my other email accounts.
>>>>>
>>>>> Since I don't work with Fedora, I won't be able to help out any
>>>>> further other than to suggest waiting for Francois to respond.
>>>>>
>>>> Now I configured gmail with disconnected imap it works, but I got
>>>> error from reading 1 folder on gmail, but kmail is still buggy I can't
>>>> send any mail with smtp on my 3 accounts, so I will use thunderbird
>>>> instead.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Hello, I've just tested successfully the following mail accounts on
>>> Kmail / Fedora 16:
>>>
>>> - My ISP pop3 server: OK
>>> - Microsoft Live (hotmail) POP3S server: OK
>>> - A local IMAP server: OK
>>> - The same local server with IMAPS (SSL): OK
>>> - The same local server with IMAPS (TLS): OK
>>> - My gmail account with IMAPS (SSL): OK
>>>
>>> I did not try SMTPS (SSL) because i do not have a server to test.
>>> I did not try "disconnected IMAP", but I guess it is basically the same
>>> as normal IMAP.
>>>
>>> The only bug (misconfiguration ?) I've seen so far is that it always ask
>>> if I want to hide warnings about invalid (self-signed) server
>>> certificate when using SSL on my local server, I say "never ask again',
>>> but the popup comes back everytime.
>>>
>>> Please note that I do not have any complex configuration on my mailboxes
>>> (few subfolders, few messages ...), maybe kmail is more unstable with
>>> heavily loaded mailboxes.
>>>
>>> If you have spare time to waste, you can try the same Kmail
>>> configuration with the Squeeze LiveCD to see if the same problems occur.
>>
>> Ah yes, I forgot about that: Might not be setup with Gmail's correct
>> SSL settings. Thunderbird tries to detect that automatically. Kmail
>> can 'normally' detect it when you tell it to, but only if the correct
>> server and port are already entered.
>>
> When I click detect it says can't read :)
>
sorry it was for my pop account

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