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Old 06-02-2006, 06:16 PM   #1
rybing
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how to use korn


hi all,
AFter all your wonderful help with my last problem, i now have a request,

I noticed korn in Suse 9.2, what is this? do you leave it running so it checks your emails for you?

if so how do i configure it?

if not what exactly is it.

i wouldlike to leave it running and so it checks when i get email


thanks in advance

Ryan
 
Old 06-02-2006, 07:40 PM   #2
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yes its used in KDE as a mail checker. it runs all the time in the background, and checks, at specific intervals, your mail and alerts you somehow. to configure it i would assume right click and select a menu option. can you do 'man korn' or whatever the filename of the command is? also look in the folder that korn is installed in, to see if theres a configuration file.. id search in /opt/kde/
 
  


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