Version: 1.9.1 (using KDE Devel)
Installed from: Compiled sources
Compiler: gcc version 4.0.2 20050901 (prerelease) (SUSE Linux)
I have to set the sender identity for my folders a lot of time as KMail simply forgets them. I don't know when it happens, but might be after a crash or forced exit from KDE (usually when resume fails from suspend to disk).
Related to this, if I have two identities for the same mail address (one with signature enabled, the other one without), no matter what I set, KMail always picks up the first identity that matches the mail address.
It happens after a crash. This means your folder configuration got corrupted.
It's quite common, but it's not really KMail's fault (except when it caused the crash).
I think Kmail's *settings* should survive any crash, except when it
happen at the time when the settings file is written.
Sorry Thiago, I have to reopen. KMail can crash because the program is crashing, or because of unexpected reasons, like a power loss (it just happened today for me). KMail can recover even your mail that you are composing, so it should not loose the folder settings as well.
It seems that it doesn't forget for all folders, maybe only for those that had new mails since the last startup? Please do not close until a KMail developer says that there is no solution to fix this.
Also there was mentioned another issue with the sender indentity setting.
You know the "one report, one issue" rule :-)
Old habits from the (even more limited) internet access possibilities.
> It happens after a crash. This means your folder configuration got corrupted.
I noticed this too and it happens on a normal logout, while KMail is still open. If I close KMail manually before, the folder identity value gets saved properly. I did not look up if KMail crashes on logout yet (at least visually there seems to be no problem), but I doubt it. Maybe a session issue?
*** Bug 121738 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Still a problem in a recent kmail version?
related bug 131710.
Fedora 14, still active issue with: kdepim-126.96.36.199-2.fc14.x86_64
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