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Re: [vox-tech] Missing Kmail Subfolders
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Re: [vox-tech] Missing Kmail Subfolders

Go down into the Mail directory (which has become, inexplicably, .Mail in the 
newer releases of KDE) and do an 'ls -a'.  You'll see the directories there, 
I believe.


On Sunday 18 December 2005 02:24 pm, Bob Scofield wrote:
| I've been playing around copying my saved Kmail e-mail messages from SuSE
| to Debian.  I notice that saved messages contained in folders such as my
| inbox, and immediate subfolders are found in the Mail directory of my home
| directory.  But I can't find my sub-subfolders anywere.
| Here's an example.  Suppose I create the Kmail subfolder "Computers".  Any
| messages I save into that subfolder will be found in my Mail directory. 
| But then suppose I create a sub-subfolder "Debian" under "Computers."  I
| can access the e-mails saved in "Debian" in Kmail itself, but I can't find
| where on the hard drive the messages are stored.  They are not in my Mail
| Directory, even though my messages in "Computers" are.
| Does anybody know where I can find the e-mail messages stored in the
| sub-subfolders?
| Thank you.
| Bob
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Aaron A. King, Ph.D.
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of Michigan
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