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KickPIM

   0.5.3  

KDE Groupware/PIM

Score 72%
KickPIM
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Minimum required   KDE 3.1.x
Downloads:  1385
Submitted:  Mar 16 2004
Updated:  Mar 20 2004

Description:

KickPIM is an applet for KDEs Kicker panel for an easy access to your addresses in KDEs addressbook. You can view and edit them, send emails, let it remind you about birthdays and more ...




Changelog:

KickPIM 0.5.1 -> KickPIM 0.5.3
E-Mailing:
+ Added MBox support
# improved mail notification
# Sending mails from the contact card view will now add the name of the contact to the
mail address (like in "Givenname Familyname ")
# Ignoring inactive mail accounts when displaying status and tooltips in the KickPIM Icon
Events:
+ Starting KOrganizer via the settings menu (like KAddressbook)
# Fixed read-only Reminder-Settings
# Fixed age displayed at year-change (Thanx to Harald Kmmerle for the patch)
Contacts:
# Fixed title of the 'new contact' - dialog
Misc:
# Positioning of right click menu optimized for panel at the top border
# Fixed: Display in transparent kicker panel for KDE 3.2 (Thanx to Oliver Bausinger for the patch)




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 great stuff!!

 
 by shm on: Mar 16 2004
 
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should be integrated with kontact


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 Thank you...

 
 by Lenz on: Mar 17 2004
 
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for realizing my suggestion with the KOrganizer link :).

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 Great app

 
 by ianmac on: Mar 18 2004
 
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And, I would love to have it.
But, I downloaded it, ran ./configure (all went well), make (all went well), then make install (install went well), and cannot find it in the kicker panel Add->Applet list. Probably because I didn't ./configure it with /my/KDE/dir. Excuse me for being a newbie, but, I don't know where my KDE dir is (where KDE is installed).
Can anyone tell me how to find this out. I did a search for KDE and found several KDE and KDE3 directories on my Red Hat Linux Fedora Core 1 box. Which one should I use. Is there a terminal command I can run to find out where /my/KDE/dir is? Is there a specific app in my KDE directory that is no where else on my system letting me know that is the correct directory where KDE is installed?

Please help a Linux newbie. Thank you.


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 Re: Great app

 
 by ianmac on: Mar 18 2004
 
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OK, I was informed about the kde-config command and learned how to find out where my KDE is installed. That is exactly what I was trying to learn. Thank you everyone who helped me with this - especially Chris.


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 Re: Great app

 
 by jbaileys on: Mar 21 2004
 
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Try installing it with ./configure --prefix=/usr

Another thing you could try is setting the KDEDIR environment... Redhat does not set this environment. I think KDEDIR should be set at /usr. It would be a whole lot easier if Redhat simply installed the packages on their systems the way they should be installed!!!!!!

Good luck - Redhat is a pain!


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 Versioning

 
 by drumvudu on: Jan 28 2006
 
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Is KickPIM supposed to work with KDE version 3.4.2-level-b? If not, is there any initiative to make an updated version for the new KDE?


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 extra ';' in code not compilin

 
 by stevenjoseph on: Sep 12 2008
 
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many of the cpp files had an extra ';' after function definitions... compiler didnt like it at all .. had to manually remove from code ... no biggie :)

gcc version 4.2.3 (Ubuntu 4.2.3-2ubuntu7)


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