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I went through the FAQ, and found that it did. I do have a couple of 
questions you might be able to answer. 
I am assuming that the multiple account feature is equivalent to multiple 
identities.  Let's say that I have two accounts, gaf at, and 
gfeldman at Can I easily switch between these accounts at 
composition time? Additionally, can I have multiple signatures. I need both 
of these features because I routinely use several different signatures on 
various listservs. 

On 12 Jun 2002 at 16:33, Brian J. Conway wrote:

> > I am considering looking at Evolution and Sylpheed. I just found aout about 
> > Sylpheed, and AFAIK, it does all (I'm not 100 sure about identities). 
> > -- stable
> >  - development
> I'm not gonna go through that list, as I'm sure you'll do a thorough 
> evaluation yourself, but Sylpheed will do most of those, if not all.  I've 
> been using it for a little over a year now and can't recommend it enough.  
> There are usually releases once a month with new (stable, too) features 
> being added regularly, and it's very fast and painless to use.  I normally 
> use fetchmail to grab my mail and Pine remotely or Sylpheed at my desk for 
> mail and news.
> Brian J. Conway
> bconway at
> "Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl
> is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves."
>      - Albert Einstein

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