If you like groupware systems, you can have a look to kolab, it's very
easy to install and its compatibility with kmail/kontact is total.
Problem, you can't have another mail, web, ldap, ftp in the same
server. More information in http://www.kolab.org
With respect the first mail, are you downloading the mails with
fetchmail and then load in kmail with a local account?. In that case,
before to try to synchronize, you can run this command in the laptop
$> dcop kmail KMailIface checkAccount your_local_account_name
and kmail will check the mail automagically
Hope this help
2007/4/16, Thomas Rooney <tom at dreadserver.com>:
> Cian Davis wrote:
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> > Timothy Murphy wrote:
> >> to collect mail from /var/spool/ on a different machine.
> >> I guess I could export /var/spool/mail/ as well. Is that the
> >> simplest solution?
> > Simplest solution would be using IMAP(S) and using that to
> > do your mail syncing.
> > Regards,
> > Cian
> I agree IMAP(S) is the best solution for syncing mail and it works with
> mobile phones. I use egroupware for calendar and contact storage it
> works with Lightning, Sunbird, kontact and I can syncml the calendar
> todo's and contacts with my mobile phone. Its great having access to the
> same info where ever you are. Is anyone on the list using eGroupware if
> so any thoughts you would like to share?
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