[maemo-users] Relocate n800 Claws Folder?

From: Tim tim at samoff.com
Date: Fri Nov 30 18:00:33 EET 2007

Unfortunately, there are only two ways to do this:

1. At the initial seup of Claws.
2. By completely deleting all of the Claws config settings from your device
and reconfiguring Claws from scratch.

This is a feature request that I filed about this issue:


...but it really needs to be in it's own report. I just keep forgetting.
Will do it now! ;)


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> ----- Original Message -----
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 15:00:00 -0800
> From: "DrFredC.com" <drfredc at drfredc.com>
> Subject: Relocate n800 Claws Folder?
> To: maemo-users <maemo-users at maemo.org>
> Message-ID: <474F4470.1070305 at drfredc.com>
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> Does anyone know how to relocate the Claws email folder on an n800 from
> the external to internal card?
> I can't seem to find a procedure in the Claws program to do this.
> It would seem there must be a file somewhere that defines the folder
> location that one could edit, but I can't find it.
> Background : Now that I've figured out how to move some DVD movies to my
> external card, I want to be able to swap the external card in and out.
> However, I decided to put the Claws email folder on the external card
> after the Claws email folder was erased (or location lost) during one of
> the summer 2007OS upgrades.
> Not being a Linux user,
>     * I can't seem to find much of anything about the structure of how
>       things work,
>     * Or where stuff in general is stored, or why it's stored where it is.
>     * It seems some programs are installed here, some there, most are
>       who knows where?
>     * Fortunately, somehow they all show up on the user menus just fine.
> I suppose a short primer on Lunix would be useful, if I had time to paw
> through it.
> -- 
> Always, Dr Fred C
> drfredc at drfredc.com

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