Posteo setup for Kmail, Contacts and Calendar

Firstly, Posteo is a German environmentally and security friendly provider that costs €12 per year. I like it. 2 GB email account, upgradeable Fetched by IMAP/POP3, 50 MB attachments Calendar and address book (synchronisable) 100% green electricity from Greenpeace Energy All saved data can be encrypted at the click of a button Comprehensive encryption Two-factor …

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Kmail setup

Open up Kontact or Kmail. If it is the first time then the Account Assistant will automatically open to help setup an email account. Fill in the name you want to use, your email address and the password for the address. If it is a common provider then the settings will be automatically inserted an …

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Installing Chromium on KDE neon

Chromium is the open source base for Google’s Chrome browser which dominates the browser market to the point where many sites don’t work with other browsers like Firefox. While Chromium isn’t the most politically correct choice of browser (In my view it is still too tied to Google) but it is probably a better browser …

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Create, share, communicate, chat and call securely with Element

(Riot has been invested in my Automattic and has rebranded to Element. I have changed most instances of Riot to Element to reflect this. The repositories are still at packages.riot.im though.) Element is an open, private and secure messenger application built with Matrix that allows you to chat, exchange files, make voice or video calls …

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