Am Montag, 29. November 2004 20:31 schrieb Gordon Messmer:
The simplest way to direct all mail to a subfolder would be to create a
".courier" file in your home directory with one line:
Yes, I already thought about this way. But is this safe? As far as I
understand, you should normally not access the subfolder directories
(like .ABC) directly. For example, if you want to add a folder DEF as a
subfolder of ABC, you have to use
maildirmake -f ABC.DEF ~/Maildir
When you're creating folders, that's correct. However, when delivering
to folders that already exist, giving the full path to the maildir that
you want to use for delivery is the only available means, and as best as
I can determine is documented as the proper means.
Then "modify" your IMAP account configuration in Kmail and set the
"Prefix to folders" setting to "INBOX".
But then I'm not able to access the top level INBOX, right? So I still have
to deliver mail to a subfolder of INBOX.
No, you'll still have access to the INBOX, and all other folders will
appear at the same level. They're only displayed as subdirs of the
inbox normally because kmail doesn't use the server-provided namespace.