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Old 04-17-2005, 03:55 PM   #1
pseudofilosofen
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Kmail - how to get it to see old Kmail folders?


Hello,
I have installed suse 9.2. pro, from scratch. And are now trying to get Kmail to "see" my old Kmail folders from suse 9.1. Kmail can see the top folder inbox, and the mails residing there, but it does not see the folder structure within this inbox. But if I use file > Open, and navigate to a single mail inside this folders structure, Kmail can open it, but will not open a folder.

Have tried everything, including googling, but have not found the answer.

Very happy for help, please!

Yours,
Anders H.
 
Old 04-19-2005, 05:52 AM   #2
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Does anyobe have any clue to how I can solve this?

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Anders H.
 
  


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