This is another of my curiosity questions. Nothing is
broken, I'm just curious... :-)
In K-Mail, my Folders view shows something like:
|- Inbox (22)
|- outbox (1)
| |- inbox (12)
| |- Booking_and_procedures (11)
| |- Calendar
| |- Contacts
: : several more Outlook server folders
| +- Public Folders
| |_ Tasks (2)
|- SuSE-KDE (277)
"Panda" is our incoming mail server.
If I want my mail, I must click on "Panda" (which does
nothing visible...) and then click on the "inbox" under
If I just click "Panda", nothing further happens.
If I just click Panda's "inbox", nothing further happens.
If I click "Panda" and then I click "inbox", then K-Mail
downloads the latest batch from the server.
Note that, when I open K-Mail, Panda's folder list is
already expanded. I don't need to click view the subfolders.
So, why the need to click the server name before clicking
the name of the inbox on the server?
Just curious. Anybody know?
Yeah, I know it's frivolous, but there's been no action in
this list for a week. Everybody on vacation?