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    • Volker Krause's avatar
      Remove support for email alarms · e0479d24
      Volker Krause authored
      That is, sending an email with receivers and content controlled by the iCal
      alarm. This is almost as dangerous as procedure alarms in the context of
      shared calendars, as it allows an external party to send emails from your
      system.
      
      Email alarms are now treated just like regular alarms.
      
      KAlarm still implements this functionality in combination with safe local
      calendars, in case someone really can't live without it.
      e0479d24
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