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KMail

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Issue #76, Section #1 (16 Apr 2004: Deleting messages with KMail's filters [kdepim-users])
Issue #75, Section #2 (27 Feb 2004: Composing HTML messages in KMail [kmail-devel])
Issue #70, Section #2 (7 Dec 2003: Performance improvement in kmail maildir code [kmail])
Issue #69, Section #1 (30 Nov 2003: Feature requests -- the wrong way [kmail])
Issue #69, Section #10 (30 Nov 2003: Reply behavior in KMail [kde-usability])
Issue #68, Section #2 (16 Nov 2003: KMail toolbar cleanup [kmail])
Issue #68, Section #4 (16 Nov 2003: Kontact: KMail part preloading [kde-cvs])
Issue #68, Section #8 (16 Nov 2003: KMail: purpose of different Reply actions [kmail])
Issue #67, Section #4 (9 Nov 2003: Status of disconnected IMAP in KMail 1.6)
Issue #45, Section #4 (29 Oct 2002: KMail OpenPGP/MIME HOWTO)
Issue #44, Section #1 (8 Oct 2002: KMail Roadmap)
Issue #33, Section #6 (22 Feb 2002: KMail Configuration Migration)
Issue #32, Section #2 (15 Feb 2002: Sometimes You Bleed On The Bleeding Edge)
Issue #26, Section #7 (23 Nov 2001: KMD5 Fixes To Help KMail)
Issue #25, Section #1 (9 Nov 2001: LDAP KIOSlave)
Issue #23, Section #6 (26 Oct 2001: Multiple Sent Mail Folders in KMail)
Issue #21, Section #5 (24 Aug 2001: The Evolution of KNode and KMail)
Issue #21, Section #6 (24 Aug 2001: EMail Templates in KMail)
Issue #21, Section #10 (24 Aug 2001: S/MIME Support for KDE3)
Issue #20, Section #5 (10 Aug 2001: Maildir Support in KMail)
Issue #13, Section #4 (8 Jun 2001: KMail and KDE2 From CVS)
Issue #12, Section #2 (1 Jun 2001: Address Field Autocompletion in KMail)
Issue #10, Section #7 (17 May 2001: Default Address Book Front End Chosen)
Issue #8, Section #2 (27 Apr 2001: New and Improved Filtering in KMail)
Issue #8, Section #9 (27 Apr 2001: Possible Integration of KNode and KMail?)
Issue #7, Section #2 (20 Apr 2001: Scoring of Messages In KMail)
Issue #5, Section #11 (6 Apr 2001: Improved Sending in KMail)
Issue #4, Section #9 (31 Mar 2001: And in this corner... we have IMAP!)

 

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