> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> I have been looking at many widegets in KMail 1.5.1, but I can't seem to
>> find a way of dispatching a message (in drafts) at a specific time and
>> date. Is this at all possible? I really need this functionality and I
>> hope it exists, not as a wishlist item.
> I don't think you can do that with Kmail itself. But you can do it with
> Kalarm, which is available at:
Thanks for the advice. I have never used KAlarm before, but I have just
given it a spin and I am sure to use it in the future.
I use SuSE 8.2 with KDE 3.1 so it's rather outdated and KAlarm caters for
simple commands primarily. I don't know if future releases are more
sophisticated. Anyway, I have looked up KMail's command-line arguments:
--help Show help about options
--help-qt Show Qt specific options
--help-kde Show KDE specific options
--help-all Show all options
--author Show author information
-v, --version Show version information
--license Show license information
-- End of options
-s, --subject <subject> Set subject of message.
-c, --cc <address> Send CC: to 'address'.
-b, --bcc <address> Send BCC: to 'address'.
-h, --header <header> Add 'header' to message.
--msg <file> Read message body from 'file'.
--body <text> Set body of message.
--attach <url> Add an attachment to the mail. This can be
--check Only check for new mail.
--composer Only open composer window.
address Send message to 'address'.
I can't see a helpful command-line argument. What's more, KMail is open 24/7
and I think this will reduce the flexibility further.
I will keep on trying...
Roy S. Schestowitz