Commit c4a41736 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan
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Update: kde4-config -> kf5-config

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The &kmail; configuration file is called <filename>kmail2rc</filename>
and can be found in your home directory. The location can vary according
to your operating system or distribution, but can always be found by running
the command <userinput><command>kde4-config --path config --locate kmail2rc</command></userinput>.
the command <userinput><command>kf5-config --path config --locate kmail2rc</command></userinput>.
For the remainder of this section, assume that the configuration file is
located in <filename>/path/to/kmail2rc</filename>.
</para>
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<para>If you are an administrator and want to set this setting automatically for your users, it is</para>
<itemizedlist>
<listitem>
<para>in your user directory in <filename>$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/config/kdeglobals</filename> add the line
<para>in your user directory in <filename>$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/config/kdeglobals</filename> add the line
<userinput>BrowserApplication[$e]=!firefox</userinput> under category <guilabel>[General]</guilabel>
</para>
</listitem>
......@@ -209,16 +209,16 @@ ultimate ownertrust: it is no longer implicitly done for you.</para>
<qandaentry> <question><para>Where does &kmail; save my settings and my
mail?</para></question> <answer> <para>Most &kmail; settings are stored in
<filename>$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/config/kmail2rc</filename> and the
<filename>$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/config/kmail2rc</filename> and the
<emphasis>Akonadi</emphasis>-controlled entries are stored in the following folders and files:</para>
<itemizedlist>
<listitem><para><filename class="directory">~/.local/share/</filename>
</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><filename class="directory">~/.config/akonadi/</filename>.
</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><filename>$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/config/nepomukserverrc</filename>
<listitem><para><filename>$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/config/nepomukserverrc</filename>
</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><filename class="directory">$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/apps/nepomuk/</filename> (&kaddressbook; stores contact groups in <emphasis>Nepomuk</emphasis>.)
<listitem><para><filename class="directory">$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/apps/nepomuk/</filename> (&kaddressbook; stores contact groups in <emphasis>Nepomuk</emphasis>.)
</para></listitem>
</itemizedlist>
<para>Note that some of the files are hidden: remember to also copy those if you want to backup or
......@@ -383,9 +383,9 @@ and use <command>uudecode</command> to decode the attachment.</para></answer>
<qandaentry>
<question><para>&kmail; crashed while I was writing a mail; is that mail lost now?</para></question>
<answer><para>&kmail; tries to save your mail to
<filename class="directory">$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/apps/kmail/autosave</filename> in case of a crash. The next time you start
<filename class="directory">$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/apps/kmail/autosave</filename> in case of a crash. The next time you start
&kmail; the mail composer should appear with your mail again; If it does not,
try to open the files in <filename class="directory">$(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/apps/kmail/autosave</filename> with an editor. If there are no files in this folder then the crash was so bad that &kmail; could not save your mail.</para></answer>
try to open the files in <filename class="directory">$(kf5-config --localprefix)/share/apps/kmail/autosave</filename> with an editor. If there are no files in this folder then the crash was so bad that &kmail; could not save your mail.</para></answer>
</qandaentry>
<qandaentry>
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