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Old 07-19-2006, 09:48 AM   #1
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downloading sent items from ISP using Kmail

With my ISP (freeserve/wanadoo/orange) I can access my mailbox via firefox.

If I'm at work I sometimes send a message using the webbrowser, as well as being sent, the message is stored in the SentBox on my ISP's server.

Is there a way for me to download these sent messages, from the server, directly into the sent items directory of my KMail Mail directory?


In the end I just moved the items from the sent folder to the inbox. Set up an appropriate filter in KMail to move these items to my KMail sentbox

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