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Old 03-20-2002, 09:51 AM   #1
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evolution password problem

I'm using mandrake 8.2 beta 4 and evolution 1.0.2. Whenever I open up evolution and have it check for mail, it prompts me to enter my POP3 password, even though I've entered it a million times and check the box "Remember Password."

There is a fix posted on ximian's website about creating a folder evolution/private and changing the permissions for that folder which supposedly will enable the program to remember my password. I did all that and it didn't work.

Any evolution users who have found a way to fix this problem?



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