Problem with Kmail filters
tony.molloy at ul.ie
Thu Jan 10 14:04:55 UTC 2008
On Thursday 10 January 2008 11:42:14 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Thursday 10 January 2008, Tony Molloy wrote:
> >On Wednesday 09 January 2008 02:57:43 pm Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> >> Em Qua 09 Jan 2008, Tony Molloy escreveu:
> >> > Hi,
> >> >
> >> > I'm trying to configure some filters in kmail.
> >> >
> >> > I select config filters and new. Now I want to have more than one
> >> > "Filter Criteria" on each filter but can't seem to get this. When I
> >> > select "Match any of the following" and try to set up two creteria
> >> > for instance "To" and "CC", the second one justs blanks out when I
> >> > select "Appply".
> >> >
> >> > Anybody else see this. Is there a way to set up multiple criteria for
> >> > filters
> >> Yes, I have this problem since the last update of kde-pim (to version
> >> 3.5.8-10, fedora packaging). Not only that, even the multiple criteria
> >> filters I had already configured before this problem arise can't be
> >> modified anymore.
> >That's the version I have installed also.
> And smart-gui won't let me downgrade it, complaining even though both
> kdepim and kdepim-libs are going to be backed down to the -4svn versions,
> that the currently installed -10 version of one is dependant on the -10
> version of the other. So that can't be done. And yum, even with the allow
> downgrade plugin loaded, won't show the downgrade to the -4svn versions as
> even being available.
> This sucks. To top it off, I can't use smart-gui's channel editor to
> modify the channels, and I can't get it to show me any src rpms even when
> editing the files that control that by hand.
> This is beginning to make kde suck, of course that's seems to be the agenda
> anyway. I would switch to gnome, but there is no way to configure it, and
> that isn't going to fly here. Period. Full stop, put it back on the
> parking grass & hit the magneto kill button.
OK I downgraded kdepim to kdepim-3.5.8-4.svn20071013.ent.fc8 from the
releases/8 directory using a combination of rpm/yum and now the filters are
Thanks to all who replied.
> >> Now I have to edit the config files directly if I want to create
> >> multiple criteria filters or modify an existing one.
> >Where are those config files located. I can edit them as a workaround if I
> >knew where they were.
> >> 's
> >> Marcelo
> Cheers, Gene
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