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Re: Kmail offline



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Craig White wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-01-25 at 16:15 +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote:
>> On 25/01/07, Anne Wilson <cannewilson tiscali co uk> wrote:
>>> I'm inclined to suspect that "Work Offline" may be intended for use with
>>> dimap - essentially imap with a local copy of your messages.
>>>
>>> Anne
>>>
>> Hmm, then obviously the string was written by a woman. We need a woman
>> to understand it!
>>
>> Dotan
>> (married and suffering from cronic mis-communication with the wife)
> ----
> one only needs to monitor this list for a short time to realize that
> mis-communication does not necessarily require someone of female gender.
> 
> while I agree with Anne that is probably what is occurring (deferred
> imap) when you choose 'Work Offline' - deferred IMAP is similar to POP3
> and it wouldn't seem to be much of a stretch to have the menu selection
> of 'Work Offline' to suspend all scheduled checking - whether IMAP or
> POP3.


Work offline mode means just that in Thunderbird. Thunderbird does not do per
schedule checks for email for any accounts in offline mode. Any emails written
while offline offer a 'Send Later' button, the "Send" button changes, which
puts outgoing emails in a folder named Unsent. Closing TB with unsent email(s)
will cause TB to prompt you about them and offers to send them before closing
or to decline for now and close without sending.

I much prefer Thunderbird 2.0 over Kmail. I have not used Kmail for many years.
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  David
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