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    Default KDE PIM - safe to remove its packages?

    Hi, I was thinking of removing KDE PIM as I never use but am wondering if it is safe to remove it? These are probably the packages in question. Some of them have been autoselected. I know it might be a dull habit these days, but I don't want to bloat my system with apps I don't use. Thanks.


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    Default Re: KDE PIM - safe to remove its packages?

    Yes it's safe as long as you don't want anything in the koffice suite. I do this myself and replace it with Thunderbird/Lightning/Enigmail.
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    Cool Re: KDE PIM - safe to remove its packages?

    Quote Originally Posted by jsevans View Post
    Yes it's safe as long as you don't want anything in the koffice suite. I do this myself and replace it with Thunderbird/Lightning/Enigmail.
    On the other hand, that KMail component of the KDE Plasma 5 PIM (Kontact) does the following:
    • The spell-checker automatically (auto-magically?) detects the language of the current sentence being typed. I have personally tested with e-Mails containing English and German sentences.

    I'm not aware of any other current e-Mail client which has this feature -- but, I stand to be corrected . . .

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