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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 `mailto:email@example.com`. This will open a new composer window with an empty e-mail to `firstname.lastname@example.org`. 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'. --offline Start in offline mode. --online Start in online mode. --force-online Ignore network availability. --express Start in "express" mode. --force-shutdown Forcibly shut down all Evolution components. --debug=FILE Send the debugging output of all components to FILE. --disable-eplugin Disable loading of any plugins. --disable-preview 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. --display=DISPLAY X display to use. --clutter-display=DISPLAY X display to use. --screen=SCREEN 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.