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Help with Kmail 4.8 storage

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Since I imported my mail into kmail 4.8.3, my old Mail folders haven't been updated. Where the heck is my mail stored?

I had a computer scare this morning, I thought the motherboard was knocked out. This inexperienced cable man came out today cause I called about the internet going down too much lately. Yaw, know, the site's been down quite a bit lately cause the internet won't connect.

So, anywho, he's in here yanking wires to test reception and whatall and when he leaves the office, my main computer is off and will not turn back on.

I eventually pulled the video card, memory, and stuff to reseat them in hopes the old girl would fire back up. Ends ain't been meeting as it is lately. It didn't.

So, I'm looking around at old parts to see what I can cobble together and .... long story short,

Where the hell has KDE hidden my email?!

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