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       evolution - groupware suite for GNOME containing e-mail, calendar, addressbook, to-do list
       and memo tools


       evolution [OPTIONS] [MAILTO]


       This manual page briefly introduces the  evolution  command.   Evolution  is  a  graphical
       groupware  suite,  a  single  application  for reading and sending e-mail and for managing
       calendars, address books, notes, to-do lists and memos.   It  is  written  for  the  GNOME
       graphical desktop.

       An   optional   MAILTO  expression  can  be  specified,  typically  invoked  from  another
       application. An example MAILTO expression is ``. This will open
       a  new  composer  window  with  an  empty  e-mail to ``. More advanced
       expressions are also suppported, but should conform to RFC 2368.

       For a more detailed explanation of Evolution, please see the Help menu.


       -?, --help
              Show a help message listing all the options and their meanings.

       -c, --component=COMPONENT
              Start Evolution by activating the desired component.  COMPONENT is one  of  `mail',
              `calendar', `contacts', `tasks' or `memos'.

              Start in offline mode.

              Start in online mode.

              Ignore network availability.

              Start in "express" mode.

              Forcibly shut down all Evolution components.

              Send the debugging output of all components to FILE.

              Disable loading of any plugins.

              Disable preview pane of Mail, Contacts and Tasks.

       -i, --import
              Import URIs or file names given as rest of arguments.

       -q, --quit
              Request a running Evolution process to quit.

              X display to use.

              X display to use.

              X screen to use.

       In  addition,  the  usual  GTK+  and  GNOME command line options apply.  See the output of
       --help for details.



       Evolution was originally developed by the company Ximian, now a part of Novell.  Evolution
       is  now part of GNOME, and many people have touched the code.  See the "About" item in the
       "Help" menu for a list.

       This manual page was originally written by Lars Wirzenius for the Debian system.