Re: [Evolution-hackers] Storing Evolution config in an IMAP folder?

Think about your solution a bit... if the config is on the imap server,
and the config tells evo which imap server to connect to and other
config info, how will evo be able to get it? :-)

anyways, no. not likely to happen.

a better way would be to modify gconf to store config data over ACAP or
whatever that protocol is. But that is beyond the scope of Evolution,
you should instead talk to Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com>


On Wed, 2003-06-18 at 18:01, Dax Kelson wrote:
> I use Evolution on several different computers:
> My laptop
> My home system
> My work system
> They all access the same IMAP folders.
> I spend a fair amount of time tweaking and customizing my Evolution
> settings:
> Vfolders
> Offline Folders
> Default Folders
> Sned and Draft folders
> Mail & Summary Preferences
> etc
> It is very painful trying to keep these settings synchronized across my
> different Evolutions.
> What do you Evolution developers think about having the option of taking
> these settings and storing them centrally in specially formated emails
> in a Evolution Config IMAP folder?
> Pine has supported this since 4.30 (Oct 2000), see:
> Pine also supports remote address books stored in IMAP that would ubber
> cool if Evolution supported as well.
> What do you guys think?
> Dax Kelson
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