#include <transport.h>

Inherits TransportBase.

Public Types

typedef QList< Transport * > List

Public Member Functions

 ~Transport () override
QString authenticationTypeString () const
Transportclone () const
void forceUniqueName ()
bool isComplete () const
bool isValid () const
QString password ()
void setPassword (const QString &passwd)
TransportType transportType () const
void updatePasswordState ()

Static Public Member Functions

static QString authenticationTypeString (int type)

Protected Member Functions

 Transport (const QString &cfgGroup)
void migrateToWallet ()
bool needsWalletMigration () const
void usrRead () override
bool usrSave () override

Detailed Description

Represents the settings of a specific mail transport.

To create a new empty Transport object, use TransportManager::createTransport().

Initialize an empty Transport object by calling the set...() methods defined in kcfg-generated TransportBase, and in this class.

Definition at line 27 of file transport.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Transport::~Transport ( )


Definition at line 38 of file transport.cpp.

Transport::Transport ( const QString cfgGroup)

Creates a Transport object.

Should only be used by TransportManager.

cfgGroupThe KConfig group to read its data from.

Definition at line 25 of file transport.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

QString Transport::authenticationTypeString ( ) const

Returns a string representation of the authentication type.

Definition at line 106 of file transport.cpp.

QString Transport::authenticationTypeString ( int  type)

Returns a string representation of the authentication type.

Convenience function when there isn't a Transport object instantiated.


Definition at line 111 of file transport.cpp.

Transport * Transport::clone ( ) const

Returns a deep copy of this Transport object which will no longer be automatically updated.

Use this if you need to store a Transport object over a longer time. However it is recommended to store transport identifiers instead if possible.

See also

Definition at line 314 of file transport.cpp.

void Transport::forceUniqueName ( )

Makes sure the transport has a unique name.

Adds #1, #2, #3 etc. if necessary.


Definition at line 67 of file transport.cpp.

bool Transport::isComplete ( ) const

Returns true if all settings have been loaded.

This is the way to find out if the password has already been loaded from the wallet.

Definition at line 101 of file transport.cpp.

bool Transport::isValid ( ) const

Returns true if this transport is valid, ie.

has all necessary data set.

Definition at line 43 of file transport.cpp.

void Transport::migrateToWallet ( )

Try to migrate the password from the config file to the wallet.

Definition at line 302 of file transport.cpp.

bool Transport::needsWalletMigration ( ) const

Returns true if the password was not stored in the wallet.

Definition at line 297 of file transport.cpp.

QString Transport::password ( )

Returns the password of this transport.

Definition at line 48 of file transport.cpp.

void Transport::setPassword ( const QString passwd)

Sets the password of this transport.

passwdThe new password.

Definition at line 57 of file transport.cpp.

TransportType Transport::transportType ( ) const

Returns the type of this transport.

See also

Definition at line 320 of file transport.cpp.

void Transport::updatePasswordState ( )

This function synchronizes the password of this transport with the password of the transport with the same ID that is managed by the transport manager.

This is only useful for cloned transports, since their passwords don't automatically get updated when calling TransportManager::loadPasswordsAsync() or TransportManager::loadPasswords().

See also

Definition at line 85 of file transport.cpp.

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