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<application>KMail</application> is the default e-mail client used in <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>. <application>KMail</application> is a component of the Personal Information Manager (<acronym>PIM</acronym>) called <application>Kontact</application> that also includes calendaring, contacts, tasks, and more.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:25(para)
To start <application>KMail</application>, go to <menuchoice><guimenu>Kickoff Application Launcher</guimenu><guisubmenu>Applications</guisubmenu><guisubmenu>Internet</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Mail Client</guimenuitem></menuchoice>, or press <keycombo><keycap>Alt</keycap><keycap>F2</keycap></keycombo>, type <userinput>kmail</userinput> and press the <keycap>Enter</keycap> key.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:32(para)
The first time that <application>KMail</application> is started, a wizard will appear to help set up an e-mail account. If more advanced settings are needed during the wizard steps, it is safe to cancel the wizard and manually configure the settings. Please review <xref linkend="kmail-configure"/> below.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:38(para)
Once <application>KMail</application> is opened, click <menuchoice><guimenu>Settings</guimenu><guimenuitem>Configure KMail...</guimenuitem></menuchoice> to open the configuration dialog for <application>KMail</application>
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:48(para)
The first step in setting up e-mail accounts is to create identities for the accounts. The default identity can be safely modified to suit particular needs. There are 6 tabs in the Add or Modify identity dialog.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:55(para)
Contains information pertaining to name, organization, and e-mail address.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:64(para)
Contains information pertaining to <application>OpenPGP</application> signing key, encryption key, S/MIME signing and encryption certificates, as well as the preferred crypto message format.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:71(para)
Contains information pertaining to reply-to and <acronym>BCC</acronym> addresses, the dictionary to use, and folder locations for sent-mail, drafts, and templates.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:80(para)
Contains information pertaining to the use of a signature in e-mails. It can be configured to use a signature file, create and use custom text, or have <application>KMail</application> run a command and append the output to your signature.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:97(para)
Once an identity or multiple identities have been set up, the next step is to configure an account or accounts. There are 2 parts to account configuration, one for receiving and the other for for sending.
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Located in docs/communication/C/communication.xml:114(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Miguel Anxo Bouzada.