I did what you suggested (I did it before):
sqlpython wrote:Anyway try the menu
Settings -> Configure KMail -> Identities
This didn't lead to really deleting identities.
sqlpython wrote:and if that fails go into the config
CODE: ALLES AUSWÄHLEN
was a good tip, thank you. Here I deleted around 45 'Unknown idenities', no lie, and then saved the cleaned config file.
Now, I don't have any 'Unknown Identity' any more.
Another problem was, that I got the same email added in a local sub folder of my Mail-dir.
I found out, that is was due to the filter constellation, where I had to tick
'for one account only'. Anyway though I have a tick for 'local Mail dir',
I see a second mail dir (my real account from my provider).
And I'd appreciate much more to see that real account (email@example.com
) in KMail
than to have a 'Local Mail dir'.
But because it's working now without a real problem, I stop use Thb and now KMail is part of my KDE life.
I will close this topic as 'Solved'.
If you have a hint, that I can get my real account in KMail rather than 'Local Mail dir', you could let me know, pls.
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ... )