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knewmail Mail notifier for the KDE enviorment
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KNewMail is a KDE app designed to check your pop3 servers and/or local
servers for waiting mail, then return the headers of the mail. It is a
small app that will just sit in the panel and can either check the
servers at preset intervals, or only when forced. KNewMail will notify
you by popup message, sound, and/or the header list.


- Tomer Weller
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19 Apr 2002 02:30:02
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Say goodbye to Qt 1.x and all of its dependents.  The one port I found
which probably isn't supposed to be removed is misc/instant-workstation,
which had a dependency on audio/xamp (being removed), so I removed that
dependency and bumped PORTREVISION.  All other ports are real dependents
upon Qt 1.x, including KDE 1.x stuff.

Code in supporting these ports is also removed or adjusted.
Also, some adjustments made to accomodate Qt3/KDE3 ports, which will be
committed Real Soon Now (TM), pending repo-copies.

This commit made in impending view of Qt3/KDE3 entering ports tree.
27 May 2001 18:02:08
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ijliao search for other commits by this committer
add missing icons and links    
03 Apr 2001 09:14:44
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Overhaul QT/KDE support:   - update to use for
USE_{QT,KDE}*   - Cleanup corresponding ports for update.   - Fix use correct kdelibs dependency, put qt at the bottom,     introduce
QT_NONSTANDARD variable for nonstandard configure setup.   - Update KDE2 to
2.1.1.  Two patches included in x11/kdelibs2 to fix the     proxy authentication
that was broken for 2.1.1.  Remove old patches.   - Potentially fix kdelibs
build for alpha.   - Fix qt-designer 2.3.0 build.   - Ruby stuff left alone
since it looks like black magic to me.  Should     still work w/ compat shims
for older USE_QT[,2] style.  Some others     were also left alone for the same
16 Jan 2001 17:33:20
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sobomax search for other commits by this committer
Massive style enforcement - use ^I instead of spaces for variables identation.  
08 Oct 2000 04:16:42
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asami search for other commits by this committer
Convert category mail to new layout.  

Number of commits found: 5

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