>>>Try clicking on the "Date" header in the message lists
>> [to get email in date order].
>> Thanks very much.
>> I didn't see this mentioned in the KMail handbook --
>> certainly not in the FAQ.
>It's not a FAQ, because it's quite obvious to anyone who's ever used a
>graphical mail reader how to do it, and it's not actually a question
>that is frequently asked.
I take it you mean anyone who has used a Windows mail reader?
I very much doubt if many Linux people starting KMail
used a graphical mail reader under Linux before --
I imagine a large majority used mutt or pine or something like that.
Quote:>It is, however, in the KMail handbook:
>"You may sort the messages by clicking on the column that you wish to
>sort. If you click on the same column more than once, sort order will
>toggle between ascending/descending."
Regarding the FAQ (my remark applies to most FAQs in and out of KDE)
I think it would be a good thing if there were an address one could email
with suggested questions and answers for the FAQ,
not just for KMail or KDE but for Linux generally.
Of course the author of the FAQ could ignore the suggestions
if he/she didn't like them.
Having said that, I do think the KMail Handbook is one of the better KDE docs.
(KAddressBook springs to mind as one of the lesser breed.)
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