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kde-plasma-mail-checker

   1.15.68  

Plasmoid Script

Score 65%
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3024
Submitted:  Mar 23 2011
Updated:  Apr 6 2014

Description:

Plasmoid should periodic check for new messages in configured accounts.
Supported protocols: POP3/POP3S/IMAP4/IMAP4S + IMAP4_IDLE.
Passwords for accounts stored in KWallet.
Plasmoid use KDE-notification for events about new mail.
Support Akonadi (mimeType : "message/rfc822") resources monitoring
(getting new mail).
Support preview (integrated mail viewer) for non-Akonadi accounts
and Quick Answer & Forward Mail (need to install the package same
python-mailer).
Support command line in notification.
See for: EXAMPLES.

https://github.com/F1ash/kde-plasma-mail-checker




Changelog:

https://github.com/F1ash/kde-plasma-mail-checker/blob/simple/Changelog

# TODO :
complete "ru"-dictionary for new version;




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 Doesn't work

 
 by KladionicaCity on: Jul 6 2011
 
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I get a big X and an error message saying:Unable to load the widget.Script initialization failed.


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 Re: Doesn't work

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 7 2011
 
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You need to install kdebase-workspace-python-applet (Fedora package name) may be?


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 Re: Re: Doesn't work

 
 by KladionicaCity on: Jul 18 2011
 
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I don't have that package, but i have searched the repos for packages it might have to do with it and i installed PyKDE4-akonadi and kdebase-runtime-devel.It seem that it did the trick and now the applet works,although every time it checks for mail, the KDE wallet keeps asking me for password,even if i set Always Allow in policy .


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 Re: Re: Re: Doesn't work

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 18 2011
 
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Which application requires opening KWallet - plasmaMailСhecker or akonadi?
I think you need to increase the timeout settings KWallet to close automatically in case of Wallet its non-use.


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 I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by YAFU on: Jul 9 2011
 
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Hello.
I do not use KDE wallet to manage my passwords.I have it disabled.
Can I use your plasma without it?
I ask because when I try to enter an e-mail I get the error "Access Denied" and you answered something about Wallet on the first page.
Thank you.


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 Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 9 2011
 
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Now you can not use the plasmaMailChecker without KDEWallet, because it keeps the mailbox password in encrypted form. Ways to store passwords in clear text or secure password storage capabilities without KDEWallet are not implemented, because there was not need for it.


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 Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by Murz on: Jul 9 2011
 
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As alternative, you can use kwallet with empty password, so it will not ask password at start every time. But this is big security hole.

Another variant is to use akonadi mail accounts, so plasmamailchecker connects directly to akonadi and don't need the password.


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 Re: Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by YAFU on: Jul 9 2011
 
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I think the Kwallet will open with other applications anyway, and it would be annoying.
Is Akonadi related to Nepomuk, right? I have also disabled Nepomuk, haha (High CPU usage).
Thank you both, anyway.


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 Re: Re: Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 9 2011
 
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Akonadi has its own tasks and can work independently and without Nepomuk.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by YAFU on: Jul 9 2011
 
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Ok, but when I try to add the string from the example section to Kmail on Akonadi Mail Resources I get "Access Denied" and if I launch the plasmoid from konsole:
plasmoidviewer(5478)/kdeui (Wallet): The kwalletd service has been disabled
Should I try to add something else instead of what is in the example?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I need KDE Wallet?

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 9 2011
 
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The KWallet needed in any case, even with a blank password. EXAMPLES section contains the possible commands to invoke the mail program from KDE-notification. Akonadi accounts do not store passwords in KWallet, but KWallet required for the operation of the plasmoid.


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 no settings

 
 by bosbes on: Jul 25 2011
 
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When I select PlasmaMailChecker Settings, nothing happens. How can I fix this?


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 Re: no settings

 
 by F1ash on: Jul 25 2011
 
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This is what happens when you run more than one instance of a plasmoid, and then one of them was removed . Please, install one copy of the plasmoid.


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 mail count problem

 
 by tudor2k3 on: Dec 17 2011
 
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Hello,

Your program works great, except for one thing: it shows how many unread emails I have, but after the next check, it says there are 0 (the unread emails are still there). I'm using IMAP4 over SSL (port 993). Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
Also, is it possible to add a number on the icon indicating how many unread emails there are?

Thank you. :)


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 Re: mail count problem

 
 by F1ash on: Dec 17 2011
 
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MailChecker not designed to track the number of unread messages, but only for new ones. Over time I will add a display number of unread messages for IMAP4 (and POP3, if possible).


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 openSUSE

 
 by arkascha on: Dec 18 2011
 
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I had to make a few changes to the spec file to build this on openSUSE.
This might be interesting for you cause you can use the free OBS (Open Build Service) for rpm package creation. That would make it much easier for others to install and try.

To get a working spec file for opensuse change these lines:

> Release: 8%{?dist}.R
< Release: 8

> BuildRoot: %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-root-%(%{__id_u} -n)
< BuildRoot: %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-root

> Requires: python, PyQt4, PyKDE4
< Requires: python, python-qt4, python-kde4


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On thing you should consider:
the layout of the plasmoid is too fixed in my opinion. It can by pushed onto a panel, but even in its smallest size it is far to big for any panel. So the panel gets blown up by this plasmoid. Clearly a no-go for me.
I suggest you enable the layout to be made even smaller, until only the world icon is visible. So other elements have to be removed whilst resizing the layout to get smaller. The result should be perfect for a docked plasmoid.


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 Re: openSUSE

 
 by F1ash on: Dec 18 2011
 
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Plasmoid can be installed in the panel. I do it by simply double-click instead of dragging. It looks like the first picture in the bottom right.


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 Re: Re: openSUSE

 
 by arkascha on: Dec 18 2011
 
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Ah, ok, didn't you can add plasmoids to a panel like that. Works as described.
Thanks.


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 Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 26 2011
 
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Examples marginally helpful.
Trying to set anything has no effect, no persistence. Attempts to access known accounts always fails.


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 Re: Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by Serafean on: Dec 29 2011
 
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the dbus calls are useless if kmail isn't running (which would defeat the usefulness of this plasmoid). for the "view" button to be useful with akonadi, set the command to "kmail -view akonadi:/?item=%mail_id" (You might consider adding this to the examples :) )

Another itch I have with this widget is that it apparently doesn't use the native notification system (KNotify) ; meaning no way to look at missed messages. IOW : the popups are elsewhere than any other program puts them.


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 Re: Re: Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by F1ash on: Dec 29 2011
 
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Thanks for new useful command. It will be added soon.

I`m use native class (PyKDE4.KNotification) in plasmoid and notification appears in the usual place. May be KDE 4.x works not quite correct.


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 Re: Re: Re: Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by Serafean on: Dec 29 2011
 
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Sorry, indeed today notifications seem to work correctly. Something was screwed up in my session :). Thanks for a great plasmoid! It finally allows me to have the workflow I imagined when I first heard about Akonadi (no humongous mail client running but still having notifications about new mail).


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 Re: Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 30 2011
 
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I still cannot use it.

A better idea might be presets or templates that can be read by the applet rather than "examples."


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 Re: Re: Simply, how does on use this?

 
 by F1ash on: Dec 30 2011
 
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You are very persistent ;) . Try the new version.


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