[Xesam] Meaning of xesam:url
michael.albinus at gmx.de
Wed Aug 6 12:33:31 PDT 2008
Sebastian Trüg <strueg-4qZELD6FgxhWk0Htik3J/w at public.gmane.org> writes:
>> An email is stored usually in a file. A Xesam client might try to
>> present the email; the file location is necessary then. Therefore, I
> not true. Emails can be stored on an imap server or, like it will be the case
> with KDE soon, in some local server. It is actually not very typical anymore
> to have emails stored in files. And focussing Xesam to only handle stuff from
> local files means to restrict it majorly.
xesam:url would be an IMAP URL (RFC 5092) then. If it is a local server,
xesam:url shall be still a valid url, IMHO. Additional information about
the local server, and how to interpret the url, belong to other fields,
Best regards, Michael.
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