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Old 01-10-2006, 04:48 AM   #1
Registered: May 2004
Location: Rome, Italy
Distribution: slackware-current
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KMail 1.9 won't use default SMTP server as default!

Deal all,
I have KMail 1.9 on my laptop, and I change between different
ISPs so that the SMTP server I am using always changes.
I change the default SMTP server, but when I simply press
send when I have composed an email, it sends with another one.

What I have to do is hold down the clock on send and wait for the
dropdown to come, and then select the SMTP server that I've set
as default!

Why does this happen?



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