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Re: real simple KMail question



On Thursday 21 April 2005 07:49, Claude Jones wrote:
> This is probably, once again, staring me in my face. When you send an
> email, KMail records the address and adds it to some address book. These
> are useful unless you mistype an address. I have a few of these typos built
> up now, but I can't find the way to delete them. The regular address book
> doesn't show these. You can bring up the list of addresses you've sent to
> before when you're sending a message, but that list doesn't appear to be
> editable. There must be a way...

On the composer window, put your cursor on the To: field. Then right click. Do 
you see an "Edit Recent Addresses" ?

I am asking because I use newer version of KMail from kde-redhat project. I 
don't know if this would work on Kmail shipped with FC 3. I always though 
that the Recent Addresses is stored in the ~/.kde/share/apps/config/kmailrc 
file (search for "Recent Addre*"). So you can try editing that file manually 
too. But for some reason mine doesn't have recent addresses there. Not sure 
if the newer kmail changed the way they stored this addresses.

HTH.

RDB
-- 
Reuben D. Budiardja
Dept. Physics and Astronomy
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

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