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hi jim,

congrats on the suse install.  suse is a good OS, and i used it for a
good long time before switching to debian.

we'd love to help, but you don't actually say what the problem is!
without knowing what's wrong, nobody will know how to help.

asking questions is not as easy as it sounds.  it definitely takes some
getting used to, especially to newcomers.  this might be a good first
step.  it's short and sweet:


i've seen much longer and more complete explanations, but this is a down
and dirty version.


begin Jim <evesautomotive@sysmatrix.net> 
> I have just installed suse linux 8.1 and being new to linux I am having 
> quite a time .   I will take it one step at a time though.
> Step # 1:  I can get mozilla's email program to work ( using it now) but 
> kmail is another story.  I had this problem when I tried to use redhat 
> 7.1 but never figured it out.  I do believe that the key is somewhere in 
> the local files but unsure.
> If someone has any insight on my problem, please let me know.
> Thank you,
> Grasshopper
> _______________________________________________
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