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Old 10-03-2008, 06:16 PM   #1
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Evolution - Email account password and Gnome keyring

I am running KDE but I want to use Evolution for synce purposes. What I would like to do is to NOT install gnome-keyring but have evolution not ask me every bloody time I load it up for the email account password. I've considered the security risks and consider them more than acceptable. If installing gnome-keyring is necessary in the process, how do I set it up to not want a password? and in case you are wondering, I do not use KDE Wallet as well.


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