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      <question>
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      <question id="faq-environment-variables">
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        <para>What environment variables have effect on Sylpheed?</para>
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            <para><envar>LC_MESSAGES</envar> - locale settings, e.g. language and date format.</para>
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        <para>For more information on how to make Sylpheed display your language, see the <link linkend="faq-display-language">relevant question</link>.</para>
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      <question>
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        <para>Can I run multiple instances of Sylpheed?</para>
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        <para>Yes, Sylpheed 3.1 adds support for this often requested feature. The format of the multiple instances command is as follows:</para>
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        <para><command>sylpheed --instance-id <replaceable>ID</replaceable> --configdir <replaceable>path-to-alternative-configdir</replaceable></command></para>
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        <para>Default <parameter>ID</parameter> is set to <literal>sylpheed</literal>, so you can specify any other instance
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<parameter>ID</parameter>. The <parameter>ID</parameter> is used for the name of unix domain
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socket (under UNIX), or mutex name (under Windows). <parameter>configdir</parameter> specifies the configuration directory, i.e. the location of  configuration files you want to use with the given instance.</para>
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        <warning>
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          <para>Do not share same configuration directories or mailboxes across multiple instances as this may lead to an unexpected application behavior!</para>
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      <question>
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        <para>What to do when printing an email prints off the paper?</para>
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</chapter>
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