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BTW in kdepim port is nothing about manually install actual applications:I can change Date and Time.
kdepim installs only akonadi framework and supplemental libraries. You have manually install actual applications (see kdepim port description)
KDE Personal Information Management suite.
blogio - The KDE blogging client
kaddressbook - Keeps your addresses on file
akregator - Feed reader
kalarm - A personal alarm message, command and email scheduler
kjots - A note taker
kleopatra - KDE Key Manager
kmail - Fully featured Email client
knode - KDE News (Usenet) reader
knotes - Popup notes
kontact - Brings together all the KDE PIM applications under one roof
korganizer - KDE Calendar and scheduling
ktimetracker - time tracker
I understand and the update will be soon very soon...Well, kde contains hundreds of new ports and even more complex ties between them, so yes,kde suite has a lot if such issues at the moment, it was added 2 weeks ago.
I enjoy KMail. The one thing I don't like is if you use multiple email accounts, you have to create an identity for each one and then modify the send settings for each email account to use the smtp configs that it's supposed to use instead of a set "default" smtp client. In essence, if you have a gmail account first and say, hotmail, no matter which account you use it will always use the "default" (first) gmail smtp servers. My biggest gripe along with no OAuth2 support for gmail. GNOME Evolution has had it since 3.19 I read, but for some reason the 3.24 build of Evolution for FreeBSD doesn't have it, unless I'm missing a dependencyI understand and the update will be soon very soon...
Are you using KMail, please? How it works? It was my favorite email client after I stopped using Pine and swith to KDE (it was the first version of KDE, uh)
I use Kmail, however FreeBSD's KDE is my first experience with it, I was xfce user. The only issue is akonadi, it fails to start the first time until you create directory for database. RunAre you using KMail, please? How it works? It was my favorite email client after I stopped using Pine and swith to KDE (it was the first version of KDE, uh)
akonadictl startfrom console and check it complains about directory. Create it manually. Well, the idea to use mysql as mail backend seems unusual to me and akonadi framework doubles the memory consumption. I tried sqlite backend and it was an awful idea. First of all, port ships only config for mysql, you need manually tweak it, but even worse, sqlite is VERY slow, I'd say it's beyond any practical usage.
After update was okay. I did disable baloo and it works but it was still slower than GNOME 3. KMail is not as was on KDE 3. I do not know. I think I am too long on Fluxbox and GNOME and I deinstall KDE5 but it is a good work anyway.I use Kmail, however FreeBSD's KDE is my first experience with it, I was xfce user. The only issue is akonadi, it fails to start the first time until you create director
Is it safe to enable html formatting in KMail ? Default is plain text and virtually all mails are garbled.
#%PAM-1.0 auth include system account include system password include system session include system
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It is ad because FreeBSD didn't accepted Trinity Desktop (KDe 3.5). It is still maintained:I returned back to thunderbird and removed all PIM stuff from my desktop.
akregator - segfaults a lot.
kmail - stops to synchronize from time to time, slow (can think a lot opening previuosly dowloaded message even with mysql backend).
konqueror - ad lists not working, default (custom) starting page not loading, starts only once. Actually, all browsers without uMatrix are dead for me, so I didn't dig deep.
kaddressbook - works
korganizer - works, sometimes segfaults
kontact - embedded kmail forgets some settings (like imap folders). Maybe it's issue with kmail itself, for example my Sent mail can go to local folder instead of IMAP one.
Thunderbird + Lighting + CardBook works better and shares most libraries with Firefox I have anyway.
Can't say anything bad about plasma5. Probably, the only issue is panel may segfault if new widgets are added, but after that it's works solid.
Unresolved stuff I like to have on plasma5 desktop
1. No suspend option in UI
2. Powerdevil lacks 80% of its functionality. I really hate to poke intel_backlight from console.
3. sddm can't unlock kwallet automatically (I set empty password), probably due to PAM incompatibility.
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