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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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2.9 E-Mail and Scheduling

For reading and managing your mails and appointments, you can use Kontact as your personal information management tool (PIM). Kontact combines KDE applications like KMail, KOrganizer, and KAddressBook into a single interface. This gives you easy access to your e-mail, calendar, address book, and other PIM functionality. KMail can also manage multiple e-mail accounts, such as your private e-mail and your business ones. To start Kontact, press Alt+F2 and enter kontact.

Before you can send or receive mails, you must configure an e-mail account. When starting KMail for the first time, a configuration wizard appears that assists you in setting up your account. For detailed information about configuring and using Kontact, see Section 11.0, Kontact: E-Mailing and Calendaring, (↑ Application Guide ).

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