SYNOPSISsylpheed [OPTIONS ...] [URL]
DESCRIPTIONSylpheed is a simple, lightweight but featureful, and easy-to-use e-mail client using the GTK+ graphic user interface toolkit.
Sylpheed provides an intuitive user-interface and is also designed for keyboard-oriented operation, so Sylpheed can be widely used from beginners to power users.
Among others, Sylpheed has the following features:
* Simple, beautiful, and well-polished user interface * Comfortable operation, which is built in detail * Well-organized and easy to understand configuration * Lightweight on resources operation * High reliability with one-mail-to-one-file format (MH) * Extensible through a plug-in system * Powerful filtering and searching capabilities * Junk mail control * Security features (GnuPG, SSL/TLSv1) * Support for various protocols * Internationalization and multilingualization support * High-level Japanese processing * Flexible cooperation with external commands
- --compose [<mailto URL>]
- Opens composition window, with some fields preset from the given URL, if specified.
- --attach <file> [<file2> ...]
- Opens composition window with specified files attached.
- Receives new messages.
- Receives new messages for all accounts.
- Sends all queued messages.
- --status [<folder> ...]
- Shows the total number of messages.
- --status-full [<folder> ...]
- Shows the status of each given folder.
- --open <folderid>|<msgnum>
- Opens the existing message in a new window.
- --open <file URL>
- Opens an RFC822 message file in a new window.
- --configdir <dirname>
- Use given directory as configuration directory.
- Makes a running Sylpheed to exit, then exits.
- Enables debug mode. This produces highly verbose console output.
- Enables safe mode. Plugins won't be loaded in this mode.
- Displays a brief help screen and exits.
- Displays version information and exits.
AUTHORSylpheed is written by Hiroyuki Yamamoto <[email protected]>.
This manual page was originally written by Takuo KITAME <[email protected]> and Guido Guenther <[email protected]> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Rewritten into pod format and updated by Ricardo Mones <[email protected]>.