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<H2><A NAME="s5">5. Starting and quitting Sylpheed</A></H2>
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<H2><A NAME="ss5.1">5.1 Starting Sylpheed</A>
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<P>Starting Sylpheed can be done by typing "sylpheed" on a prompt in a terminal and pressing Enter. You can also add Sylpheed to a menu in KDE or Gnome, or create a shortcut to it on the desktop, if your window manager allows that.
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<P>When you first start Sylpheed, the program will ask you where you want to store the mails that you downloaded. You can accept the default ($HOME/Mail) or set up your own mail folder.
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<P>Sylpheed will then load with it's default settings. The way to change these are written about further on in this manual.
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<H2><A NAME="ss5.2">5.2 Quitting Sylpheed</A>
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<P>Ending Sylpheed can be done in several ways:
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<LI>Select "quit" from the File menu</LI>
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<LI>Press Ctrl-Q</LI>
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<LI>Click the "program close" button in the titlebar.</LI>
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