Does Kmail2 still more than double the diskspace used if you have
local maildirs? (see https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=249987
I run on a small SSD and space is at a premium. When I tested kmail 2
it took my 15Gb of mail and with the akonadi cache and the nepomuk
index ended up using more than 32Gb. That's 25% of my drive space,
which I can't justify. Its great that kmail2 doesn't touch existing
mail to avoid risks of corruption etc, but I can't test kmail2 until
there is an option to not cache ALL the mail store. I presume there
are other users in this category.
At the moment I am back to using Gnus - migration was a pain due to
kmail's non-standard maildirs, but now working great.
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 12:16 PM, Michal Hlavinka <mhlavink(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wednesday, January 19, 2011 13:08:15 Rex Dieter wrote:
> Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
> > keep kdepim-4.6 or revert to kdepim-4.4
> > * user reports
> > ** rdieter report success using kmail 4.6 with his 100 mb GMail mailbox
> > ** dgilmore testing against ~100gb imap mail: (mostly) fail, initial sync
> > of data resulted in akonadi crash, and pegging cpu for quite awhile
> > ** jreznik reports - importing new email ok, actually very good, after
> > restart Akonadi and Nepomuk eating 100% cpu
> > ** than reports several crashes
> > ** we need more users testing!
> To be clear, we're mostly interested in testing/feedback of the lastest
> builds, kdepim-22.214.171.124 (or newer).
> (We are already aware of much badness with previous 4.6 pre-release
I'm always using the latest with hope that it will become much better. I agree
there was much more badness in previous 4.6 pre-release builds, but from my
pov the progress made is still not sufficient.
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