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<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><chapter id="sylpheed-faq-1">
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  <title>Sylpheed FAQ - General Information</title>
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  <qandaset id="faq-general">
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<?dbhtml cellspacing="13px" ?>    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-languages">
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        <para>
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        Are there FAQ&apos;s in other languages?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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       Yes. Here are links to several translations:</para>
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        <itemizedlist>
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          <listitem>
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/fr/faq/faq.html">Sylpheed FAQ in French</ulink>, translated by Olivier Delhomme.</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/de/faq/faq.html">Sylpheed FAQ in German</ulink>, translated by Nicolas Kaiser.</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/es/faq/faq.html">Sylpheed FAQ in Spanish</ulink>, translated by Ricardo  Mones Lastra.</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/zh_TW.Big5/sylpheed-faq.html">Sylpheed FAQ in Traditional Chinese</ulink>, courtesy of Franklin.</para>
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          </listitem>
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        </itemizedlist>
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        <para>
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        You can always download this FAQ from the <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/en/faq/sylpheed-faq.html">Sylpheed Documentation Project website</ulink>.</para>
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        <note>
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          <para>Did not find your language in the list? Would you like to contribute with a new translation to the Sylpheed Documentation Project? Then please contact the Project members at <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/">their website</ulink>. Thanks in advance.</para>
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        </note>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-what-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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        What is Sylpheed?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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        Sylpheed is  an email client (and news  reader)  based on GTK+,
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        running on the X Window System or Microsoft Windows, and aiming for:</para>
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        <itemizedlist>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>Quick response</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>Graceful, and sophisticated interface</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>Easy configuration, intuitive operation</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>High reliability</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>Internationalization and multilingualization support</para>
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          </listitem>
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          <listitem>
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            <para>Abundant features</para>
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          </listitem>
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        </itemizedlist>
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        <para>As the Sylpheed <filename>README</filename> file reads: The appearance and interface are similar to some popular e-mail clients for
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Windows, such as Outlook Express or Becky!. Many commands are accessible with
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the keyboard like the Emacs-based mailers such as Mew and Wanderlust.
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So you will be able to migrate to Sylpheed without much discomfort, even if
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you are accustomed to other mailers.</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-get-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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        Where can I get Sylpheed?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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        You can download it from the <ulink url="http://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/download.html">download page</ulink> on <ulink url="http://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/">Sylpheed website</ulink>.  There are links to download
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         tarball sources,  patches to the previous version, and  also links to the Sylpheed for Windows binaries, including the installer, the ZIP archive, and the patch to the previous Sylpheed for Windows version. </para>
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        <para>Depending on the state of the Sylpheed development cycle, you  may be offered links to development versions such as beta and RC releases. These might not be suitable for everyday use, however, so you may want to stick with the stable release, anyway.</para>
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        <para>Also on the download page, you can download Sylph-Searcher (which is a program that enables fast full-text search of messages stored in mailboxes of Sylpheed, or normal MH folders), and LibSylph (which is a library that provides Sylpheed core features independent from the UI of Sylpheed).</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-writes-sylpheed">
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        <para> 
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         Who writes Sylpheed?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Hiroyuki Yamamoto <email>hiro-y@kcn.ne.jp</email>.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-sylpheed-name">
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        <para>
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         What does the name Sylpheed mean?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         It means <emphasis>light weight</emphasis>, like air. This comes from the
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         name of the wind spirits, the Sylphs.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-sylpheed-store-mail">
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        <para>
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         How does Sylpheed store mails?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Mails are stored in the MH mailfile format as used by MH
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         and EMH. Maildir,  mbox, and eml formats are not (yet)
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         supported, although it is possible to import an mbox
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         file or an eml file into a Sylpheed mailbox.</para>
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        <para>You can manage your mails just with Sylpheed, or together with another mailer based on the MH format (e.g. Mew). The MH format has less possibility
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of losing mails on failures since one file corresponds to one mail. You can also utilize fetchmail
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and/or procmail, and external programs on receiving (like inc or imget).</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-auto-collection-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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        Why does the auto collection of mail not work?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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          Auto collection works since version 0.5.1. If you need it
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          or want it, you should upgrade.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-filtering-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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         Does Sylpheed have mail filtering?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes. You can find it in <guimenu>Configuration</guimenu> -&gt; <guimenuitem>Filter settings...</guimenuitem></para>
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        <para>
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         Please note that filtering is not yet implemented for IMAP accounts.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-imap-sylpheed">
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        <para> 
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         Can Sylpheed handle IMAP mail?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes. As of version 0.4.99 IMAP is supported.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-local-unix-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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         Can Sylpheed handle local unix mailboxes?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-ipv6-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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         Can Sylpheed handle IPv6?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes, IPv6 is fully supported in Sylpheed.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-encryption-gpg-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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         Does Sylpheed support encryption like GPG?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes. GPG is implemented and works fine. For activating it in Sylpheed, 
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         see the appropriate question in the Installation section.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-mime-types-sylpheed">
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        <para>
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         How does Sylpheed check for MIME types?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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          Sylpheed uses the Mutt type of mime checking.
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-html-sylpheed">
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        <para>Does Sylpheed allow me to write HTML styled messages?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         No. A discussion has gone around over this topic, and
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         the outcome was that HTML mail is not wanted. If you
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         really need to send HTML, you can of course attach a
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         web page to an email.</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-completion-adress-sylpheed">
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        <para>Does Sylpheed have automatic name completion in the address fields?
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         Yes. When you search for a name that starts with &quot;<literal>don</literal>&quot;,
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         type &quot;<literal>don</literal>&quot; (without the quotes) and it will show you the correct name (when only one &quot;don&quot;
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         exists in your address book. Otherwise a drop-down list
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         appears, which allows you to select the name you want.
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         E.g. Donald Duck, Don Johnson. But also email addresses
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         starting with &quot;<literal>don</literal>&quot; will appear in the list (like
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         &quot;<literal>don.giovanni@maffia.org</literal>&quot;).</para>
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        <para>Prior to Sylpheed 3.1, users needed to press the <keycap>Tab</keycap> key before the search would start. If you still prefer the previous behavior, you can enable it by checking <menuchoice>
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            <guimenu>Configuration</guimenu>
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            <guimenuitem>Other</guimenuitem>
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            <guisubmenu>Address book</guisubmenu>
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            <guilabel>Start with Tab</guilabel>
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          </menuchoice>.</para>
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      </answer>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question id="faq-tab-error-sylpheed">
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        <para>Fine, but when I hit the Tab key I either get an error message or nothing happens at all.
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      </para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>
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         there are names in your address book. If there are no
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         names, even Sylpheed has a hard time completing
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         something.</para>
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        <para>If nothing happens at all when typing text in the address fields, make sure that you have the address auto-completion enabled by checking that the following preference is not selected:  <menuchoice>
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            <guimenu>Configuration</guimenu>
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            <guimenuitem>Common preferences...</guimenuitem>
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            <guimenuitem>Details</guimenuitem>
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            <guilabel>Disabled</guilabel>
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          </menuchoice>.</para>
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      </answer>
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      </para>
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      </para>
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      </answer>
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      <question id="faq-patches-sylpheed">
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        <para>Where can I get the current patches for Sylpheed?
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      </para>
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        <para>In most cases, current patches are being posted by Sylpheed users and contributors to the <ulink url="http://www.sraoss.jp/mailman/listinfo/sylpheed">Sylpheed mailing list</ulink> <email>sylpheed@sraoss.jp</email>.
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         of, please post it either to the mailing list, or contact the Sylpheed author, Hiroyuki Yamamoto <email>hiro-y@kcn.ne.jp</email>. </para>
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reporting bugs.</para>
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      </question>
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      </question>
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         lines as long as you like. By the time you send or queue
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        a presentable mail again.
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         </para>
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              <guimenuitem>Editor</guimenuitem>
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        </note>
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      </answer>
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      <question>
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        <para>While under Windows 2000/XP, the user profile is stored in <filename>C:\Documents and Settings\<replaceable>(user name)</replaceable>\Application Data\Sylpheed</filename> by default, and your local mail archive is by default located in <filename>C:\Documents and Settings\<replaceable>(user name)</replaceable>\Application Data\Sylpheed\Mailboxes\Mail</filename>. </para>
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        <para>
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sylpheedmail/.
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        <para>You should always read the <filename>NEWS</filename> document (and also <filename>NEWS-<replaceable>x</replaceable>.0</filename> if you are upgrading from a very old version) that is included in the release tarballs. The NEWS can also be viewed on the <ulink url="http://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/news.html">appropriate Sylpheed website page</ulink>. </para>
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      </question>
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      <question>
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        <para> Does Sylpheed provide an anti-spam feature? </para>
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      </question>
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        <para>Yes. It has a  <ulink url="http://www.bogofilter.org/">bogofilter</ulink>  and a  <ulink url="http://bsfilter.org/index-e.html">bsfilter</ulink> support. Just go to <menuchoice>
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        <para>As of Sylpheed 3.1, there is an Attachment Tool Plug-in distributed with the Sylpheed source code and available under <filename>plugin/attachment_tool/</filename>.  Its only function is to remove attachments from
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        <para>There is a page on the Sylpheed website dedicated to the <ulink url="http://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/plugin.html">plug-in interface</ulink>. Additionally, the <filename>PLUGIN.txt</filename> file distributed directly with Sylpheed can provide you with some basic information on the topic.</para>
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        <para>Where  I can find the latest Sylpheed FAQ and manual?
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/en/faq/sylpheed-faq.html">current version of the English FAQ</ulink></para>
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            <para><ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/en/manual/sylpheed.html">current version of the English manual</ulink></para>
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        <para>Where I can obtain source files for this document?</para>
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        <para>The source DocBook XML files in which this document is written can be obtained from a <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.cvs.sourceforge.net/sylpheeddoc/">public CVS repository</ulink> that is part of the <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/">Sylpheed Documentation Project</ulink>. The source files with all the necessary build system, XSL stylesheets or snapshots are stored under the &quot;<ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/sylpheeddoc/doc/">doc</ulink>&quot; module in the CVS repository and can be checked out through anonymous CVS with the following commands (simply press Enter when prompted for a password):</para>
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        <para><command>cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@sylpheeddoc.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/sylpheeddoc login</command></para>
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        <para>The source files are also included in .tar.gz and .zip archives made available with each documentation release, these can be downloaded from the <ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/sylpheeddoc/files/">appropriate project page</ulink>. For more information on the used project infrastructure, please see the <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/en/tools.html">project website</ulink>.</para>
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        <para>I have found an error and/or outdated information in this document!</para>
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        <para>Please report any errors, misleading and/or outdated information to the <ulink url="http://sylpheeddoc.sourceforge.net/">Sylpheed Documentation Project</ulink>. You can see the list of Project members in the following question, so you can also contact them directly.</para>
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        <para>Who are the members of the Sylpheed Documentation Project?</para>
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        <para>The current members of the Sylpheed Documentation Project are:</para>
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        <programlisting>Francois Barriere      fbarriere at users.sourceforge.net
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Petr Kovar             pknbe at users.sourceforge.net</programlisting>
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        <para>Below is the list of former members of the Sylpheed Documentation Project. Big thank you goes to all of them!</para>
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        <programlisting>Martin   Bretschneider furbour at users.sourceforge.net
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Olivier  Delhomme      dup at users.sourceforge.net
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Doruk    Fisek         dobidik at users.sourceforge.net
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Melvin   Hadasht       mhadasht at users.sourceforge.net
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Nicolas  Kaiser        nikai at users.sourceforge.net
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Paul     Kater         pkater at users.sourceforge.net
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Ricardo  Mones Lastra  mones at users.sourceforge.net
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Jens     Oberender     jobi at users.sourceforge.net
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Marcelo  Ramos         hackpando at users.sourceforge.net
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Guido    Rudolphi      malatesta at users.sourceforge.net
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Frank    Weng          fweng at users.sourceforge.net</programlisting>
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</chapter>