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A list of uTorrent alternatives

Hi uBuntuns! Before you point it out, yes I know this isn't a Windows sub. However! I realised I'd made this list WHILE on ubuntu, testing many of these apps out on our venerable OS (and that 8/11 of these entries can run on linux). I also remembered that I USED to be a Windows user and while ubuntu helped me transition from windows fairly painlessly, there still was a lot I had to google to complete the move - and so , I give you this post that I made for /torrents originally! Hope it helps!
I saw \u\thekodols post, here & decided to port over a post I Originally made for a small games tracker I'm on because I kept seeing a lot of the users either sticking to uTorrent 2.2.1 or qBittorrent (which still needs fixing up in places). I quickly converted this from the original (and messy) BBCode post so probably needs fixing (yes, I'll get around to fixing the screen-shots soon). Let me know if you have more clients to add!
edit: the idea behind the post was to be give an objective-to-positive overview for each client and then rank them so the client at the top is better than a client at the bottom, feel free to add to the pros and cons for each (e.g. [Don't use Tribler blindly!](http://redd.it/30jlz0), I'll work them in later.)
App Name & download link Supported OS - License - Screenshot Comments
Deluge Linux, Win / OpenSource One of the many alternatives on this list that can act as a Daemon (i.e. the frontend & "engine" can be separated if you wish) Deluge features stability, a growing no. of plugins & flexibility while still being easy to use & configure. By default it looks like a cleaned up uTorrent but it can have many fronts! A helpful wiki & community is what pushes this app to the top of the pile. Here's the User Guide & a Script to shift from uTorrent to Deluge.
qBittorrent Linux, Win, Mac / OpenSource A popular alternative, qBittorrent is known for its uTorrent-like interface which includes the web-UI, super seeding, label & RSS options. However it has annoyances that clients like Deluge or rTorrent don't (e.g. "why does qB upload at 2kb/not connect to peers? it works fine on uT2.2.1 on the same port!" is a common complaint I see) Its constantly updated though so hopefully these issues will be ironed out someday. If you choose qB you might find this thread (complete with tool to help migrate from uTorrent to qBittorrent) handy.
Transmission Linux, Mac, Win(Unofficial but updated) / OpenSource Referred to by some as "Deluge's hick cousin" Transmission is a simple Bittorrent engine first, like Deluge it can also be run as a Daemon with various frontends. Where it shines is memory usage - it's footprint is so tiny it's been used to power torrent friendly routers. The "hick" part comes in when you realise how barebones it is, it just doesn't have as many add-ons or features as rTorrent / Deluge do. e.g want labels? no. (actually more like a "not yet"). \u\ScruffledNuts pointed me to the Transmission Remote GUI project which blows away transmissions default web UI, it also ADDS more functionality, this alone should remove any GUI woes you have. A great, cross-platform solution. Windows ver: http://sourceforge.net/projects/trqtw/
FrostWire Linux, Mac, Android, Win. / Opensource There’s a reason Vuze isn’t on this list - it used to be called Azureus & wasn't bundled with adware like Vuze is now. The engine (still called Azureus) is open source the rest however isn’t. FrostWire, while having a polished/heavy front-end & way too many features (in-app search, media player etc) sports Azureus’s back end - making the need for the crapware Vuze useless.
Halite Windows Only / Opensource A No nonsense lightweight bitorrent client that takes LESS memory than uTorrent when under a heavy load, while still packing features like Super Seeding. Has been steadily updated since 2006, latest ver. is from Feb 2015.
rTorrent *nix, Mac, Win/ (Unofficial but updated) / OpenSource Many rank rTorrent as the most robust torrent client ever. Popularly coupled with the ruTorrent web ui frontend, people claim it seeds hundreds of mega torrents containing thousands of files, each torrent being in the GBs or even TBs range. However the reality is: it’s down to how you run it. It’s biggest asset is also its biggest flaw: It's Flexible. A text based client by default, to run it well you WILL need to read up. To its advantage rTorrent has a stonking no. of plugins (aka scripts) e.g. need to auto-extract a frame from a downloading movie to check its quality? There's a script. Something we've noticed from people hopping onto our IRC channel for help is the reliability doesn’t transfer completely over to the Windows ver. Windows build: https://rtwi.jmk.hu/wiki/rTorrentOnWindows
Tribler Linux, Mac, Win. / Open Source Backed by EU universities & developed for 9+ years now - Tribler has actual (graduating) scientists studying p2p technology working on it. It's a test ground for experimental features that might attract people, many of which are now common. Amongst its highlights are: • Designed to run off TV hardware (till 2009) which is why it still "offers a Youtube-style service. Bittorrent-compatible streaming, fast search thumbnail previews & comments." • Uses Social Network ideologies for downloading (i.e. you can make "friends"and they can "help" your Downloads by hosting parts of files). • Search torrents hosted by other tribler users, since this isn’t some “Tribler only” p2p system (unlike eg. RetroShare or AresGalaxy) • Includes Last.fm & Amazon-ish recommendations based on taste (after about a dozen downloads). • The addition it's most known for is itsmodification of TOR routing technology to create an anonymous` Tribler based network. This is the only decentralized bittorrent client with this feature. It's been requested on utorrent’s suggestions board for over 6 years till they quietly moved it elsewhere (and it still got popular.). So why isn't it used more? For one, many are put off by Tribler's size. There's also no denying it has way more than what uTorrent users are used to. Some complain of sluggish performance, many are attracted by its "experimental" features and then learn their they're not fully implemented. Whatever the reason, Tribler’s merits are usually passed by & while you shouldn’t be forced to use it you should be aware that it's working proof of what's possible using bittorrent tech. (i.e. ideas that can be implemented in ANY torrent app) while delivering as a client too.
uGet Linux, BSD, Android, Win / Open Source With this entry begins a string of multi-protocol (i.e. not only bitorrent) clients. uGet is a fairly obscure multiprotocol downloader & I honestly don't know why. With an easy to use GUI & a Large no. of familiar customizations (from scheduling to categorizing to browser integration) uGet lets you access HTTP/FTP/bittorrent & metalink links without trying to be different. Personally I rank this as a true uTorrent killer but perhaps it lacks features or has bugs I don't know of. My simple test runs had no issues, the http clipboard downloader worked well, my torrent downloaded just fine & features like categorization (think uTorrent labels) worked too. uGet's Bittorrent & metalink support come from a plugin for the powerful commandline only Aria2.
Aria2 Linux, Win, Mac / Open Source If rTorrent could use more than just bittorrent as a protocol, it'd be aria2. Having been around a LOT longer than I expected (9+ years) aria2 is a surprisingly easy to use command line download client, like shareaza it lets your combine the protocols it supports (i.e. HTTP/FTP/Bittorrent/metalink) to download a file e.g. "aria2c hʈʈp://a.org/ubuntu.iso fʈp://b.org/ubuntu.iso hʈʈp://c.org/ubuntu.torrent" will have aria2 intelligently download using all 3 sources! Although lacking a frontend the aforementioned uGet & the constantly updated web-ui (see screenshot) make up for this btw if you're a Tixati stats lover the web-ui may be for you.
Ares Galaxy Windows/Opensource Similar to Frostwire (but with its own engine) Ares Galaxy has 2 parts to it. One is a custom Ares2Ares only file sharing system, the second is a bittorrent client which works well. It comes with built in Chat Rooms (again Ares2Ares only), a media player, & an organizer for your downloads. However Its best you only use only the bittorrent part - the Ares2Ares mode is reportedly infested by Copyright shills..
MLDonkey Linux, Win, Mac, / Open Source Low on the list because a) there hasn't been an update to it for more than 11 months at the time of writing. & b) like rTorrent, requires work to get a GUI up. It is however a p2p engine first - & a powerhouse - allowing you to connect to ~6 different p2p protocols including bittorrent. It Comes with various frontends http://mldonkey.sourceforge.net/Gui For a feature list: http://mldonkey.sourceforge.net/MLdonkey
Shareaza Windows /Open Source Shareaza is like the Simpsons of the p2p world i.e. it did a lot of things first! My favorite one is that shareaza is the only p2p client I know of that can use 4 p2p protocols (i.e. edonkey, bittorrent, gnutella & gnutella2) simultaneously to download one file (assuming that exact file exists on each network). It also comes with a built in IRC client too! So why'd it lose fans? Long story short: a series of bad press & the entry of much lighter, cleaner looking & focused apps. Like a certain Utorrent, which brings us to...
...the end of this list! I should include The Inspiration for this post & its Last version without ads in any form. Which is Utorrent 2.2.1 but honestly I wouldn't recommend it, not because its bad, but because it's getting old & harder to work with, I'm noticing an increase in complaints rolling in usually with a combo of newer windows & large torrents leading to crashes (yet another thing qBittorrent seems to mimic ;) ) & it honestly isn't uTorrent 2.x's fault. To its credit, it [i]does[/i] work to a certain point. So does every other client on this list.
The criteria for this list was: - Open source preferred. - Updated frequently. Clients that haven’t seen an update since 2013 aren’t considered. - Has to include bittorrent as a protocol (duh) so no Retroshare or DC++. - Transparent, this means even if a toolbar comes with a client, it should be easy to spot, should give you a choice, & it shouldn’t be hidden or difficult to get rid of (I never got to test this rule out, since I didn't come across any).
Many clients went off the list because it didn't meet the criteria above, this also meant valid closed source Android clients didn't make the list! Below are 3 of them that are closed source, Ad driven but NOT speed limited, all can be found in the Play store: * Flud * aTorrent * Vuze Torrent Downloader
Also If you're the kind that's still crushing hard on "uTorrent 2.2.1 works just fine for me thanks" logic, then perhaps you'll like these outdated nuggets too: 1. Patchy (Open source) 2. KTorrent (Open Source) 3. Bit Tornado (Closed source) 4. BareTorrent (Open Source) 5. MediaGet (Closed source) 6. Torch (Closed Source, adware) 7. Vuze (Closed Source (for frontend & features), adware) 8. Bittorrent (Old ver. Open Source, current ver. closed source & based off uTorrent - the only difference is the color, Bittorrent is purple.) 9. FinalTorrent (closed source) 10. & the #1 most used torrent client in the world: Xunlei aka Thunder (God Tier Adware)
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Guide to Copy Kindle Content to PDF using Calibre [UPDATED]

UPDATED VERSION HERE

 
I've re-posted this thread because the old one has now become archived preventing new comments. If you want to read the comments on the old post you can read version 1 here and version 2 here
This link is an additional resource for DeDRM tools in case you are having issues: https://apprenticealf.wordpress.com/ Additionally Apprentice Alf’s tool removes the unique user ID in ebooks (Header 208)

LAST UPDATE:

February 2nd, 2019


Below is a reworked guide I made based on the other reddit post titled: [Updated Tools] Easy to follow beginner's guide for DeDRMing amazon trial, rental, and purchased eBooks; which was written by coralrabbit. Hopefully this will help some of you out there. Especially with the new school semesters starting and the high cost of school books these days.

Don't get put off or intimidated by all the steps. I made it a lot of steps so I could be as specific as possible to reduce any chance of a mistake. I wrote this as though I was explaining it to a 5 year old and do not assume any of you should know how to do any of this. I check my reddit mail often so if you have a question please leave a comment!

You can view the original reddit thread here: https://www.reddit.com/Piracy/comments/4bvsnz/updated_tools_easy_to_follow_beginners_guide_fo

*I have updated some of the steps to reflect the changes (such as icon appearances) in the most recent version of Calibre v2.82.


 - Guide to Copy, Convert, and Save Kindle Content to PDF using Calibre - Easy-to-Follow Beginner's Guide to DeDRMing Amazon Trial and Purchased eBooks. 

For starters, I will describe to you the type of books you can DeDRM (remove blocking restrictions).
The categories include:
  • Purchased Versions
  • Trial Versions might not be all pages
  • Rental Books in most versions
  • Sample Versions good for testing if book is actually supplied as an .azw3 or .azw4

This method works best with .azw4 file types.


 - The Required Tools - 

  • Calibre
http://calibre-ebook.com/download_windows ("NEWEST Version of Calibre")
\Calibre Version 2.21 Download Link* here
Calibre is an eBook management tool that is used for the conversion of eBooks in various formats to other formats. It can open most files, but is slow when compared to programs such as Adobe Digital Editions when trying to open .epub books to read. The current version should work, however, I am using the older version of Calibre 2.21. If You follow these steps to the point and it does not work for you, consider uninstalling Calibre and installing the older version.

  • Kindle for PC
http://www.amazon.com/gp/kindle/pc/download
\Kindle for PC v1.17* here
\Older versions of* Kindle for Mac here
Kindle for PC is Amazon's official kindle book reader for PC. It allows you to read books downloaded from Amazon's store that are in the .azw4 format. You will need it to download the books that you wish to DeDRM.
IMPORTANT! I've been PMed by other users that Kindle for PC 1.17 is the LAST version that still downloads .azw4 files (the files that Calibre uses best). If you are having issues get that version (link above) or an OLDER version. Make sure to TURN OFF AUTO UPDATES!

  • DeDRM Plugin [NEW]
http://www.mediafire.com/download/3y3r9z2bk8c71t1/DeDRM_plugin.zi
This plugin allows your version of Calibre to DeDRM Amazon's .azw4 files. For that reason, it is not allowed in Calibre's official plugin download tool. You must download this .zip file and use Calibre to load the plugin from it. This particular download is pre-modified, meaning that you do not have to edit any code for this plugin to function. Note: unzipping the tool does nothing for you. It is my suggestion that you leave it as is.

  • Additionally You Will Also Need:
  • Amazon Account "Direct Link to Sign Up for Amazon" Either make a fake one or use a school email to receive discounted Amazon Prime.
  • Credit/Debit/Gift Card with the exception of trial versions you will be purchasing/renting the books FIRST, then returning them for an IMMEDIATE REFUND after saving your converted copy.


 - Steps - 

PART 1:

Setting Up Your Amazon Account, Kindle for PC and Calibre with DeDRM Plugin

Most of PART 1 you will only have to do ONCE. Every other time you can skip to PART 2

1) Download and install Calibre and Kindle for PC on your device.

2) Login or create an account on Amazon.com. I would suggest that this not be your personal account that you use to buy things with normally.

3) Log in to the same account on your Kindle for PC app.

4) Pick the book that you want to strip the DRM from.

5) Select the "try free" or "7-Day Trial" button, whichever you see. If you can't get the full book free via Kindle then you can purchase the book and return it for a full (and instant) refund after you make your copy with Calibre.

6) Click the pull down menu, and select "Your name's Kindle for PC" as the device. If your device does not appear, I would suggest reviewing this. I often find that I am not logged in the same account on both the web browser and the PC, and this results in the issue.

7) Allow the Amazon application to be launched. On my chrome browser, I am given a prompt in which I click "Launch application."

8) Make sure your book is downloaded. This can be found by opening the Kindle app and clicking the "downloaded" section. You might have to open it once in order for it to load. If your book is in this section, and displays a red bar with white text saying "x days left of trial," then the book is downloaded. If it does not appear, it may be likely that you sent it to the wrong device. In this situation, (if using a trial book) you would have to make a new account entirely to access the trial again, as Amazon only seems to like allowing one device to have the trial.

9) Open Calibre. Ignore any welcoming stuff it may have for you, as it's unnecessary to learn about the program at this point.

10) Click on the double arrows that appear next to "Remove Books". Depending on your screen size, they may be placed differently or may not exist at all.

11) Click the preferences icon that has a crew and wrench icon. (You might have to scroll all the way to the right with the double arrows on the top right of the screen to see this)

12) Scroll down and click the green puzzle piece icon labelled "Plugins".

13) Click the yellow puzzle piece icon that says "Get New Plugins”.

14) Click on the “Kindle Unpack” plugin, and click install.

15) Give it confirmation on anything it prompts you with. If it asks you, have it loaded onto the: navigation > favorites > plugin bar.

16) Download the DeDRM plugin linked in the instructions, if you haven't already.

17) Once again, access the preferences as in step 11. This time choose the option "Change Calibre Behavior".

18) Click on the green puzzle icon named "Plugins" in the bottom left under "Advanced"

19) On the bottom right of this next screen you'll see an option that says "Load plugin from file". Click that and browse to the DeDRM plugin.

20) Confirm and accept any warnings it gives (don't worry about any virus warnings, this is hack tool after all!).

21) Once it is installed, close Calibre, and then open it again.

 - DeDRMing your eBook - 

PART 2:

DeDRMing and Converting to a Savable PDF

After you have successfully completed the initial program downloads and setup for the first time, you can get any book from Amazon and SKIP PART 1

1) Open your Windows Explorer, and go to /documents/mykindlecontent. If you correctly downloaded the book, the .azw4 file should be here. The name will be random and alphanumeric, and as far as I know, starting with the letter B.

2) Go to Calibre. Copy the .azw4 from the folder to Calibre by dragging the file to the Calibre window.

3) Congratulations! You've DeDRMed an Amazon book. But you're not done yet...

4) Click the book you just imported so it is highlighted in blue.

5) Click the arrows in the top right corner (as you did previously) and there should be a new icon (shaped like a yellow triangle with rounded edges) labelled "Kindle Unpack". You might have to click the right arrow near all the icons to scroll to it. It is usually the last icon.

6) Click the yellow triangle icon. If your book was successfully DeDRMed, there will be a green unlocked selection. If the DeDRM was unsuccessful, it will be red. If it is red, figure out what you did wrong, check the FAQ section in this guide, and/or repeat the above steps until successful.

7) Click the green unlocked icon and click "extract pdf". The .azw4 will then be converted to a PDF.

8) Right click the book you just converted in Calibre, and click "open containing folder". This is the location of your PDF.

9) Once you have confirmed the PDF is working properly you can then go back to Amazon and refund the book. This will remove it from your Kindle library. Remember the CONVERTED book will always be in your Calibre library.

 - Refunding Your Kindle Purchase - 

How to Refund Your Money AFTER Downloading and Converting the Kindle Book

This section will explain how to get your money back so you are left with a PDF of the book without spending any money

1) Once you have confirmed your conversion worked, sign into Amazon in your browser.

2) On the top-right of the website click on the drop down list "Account & Lists"

3) Under "Your Account" select "Your Content and Devices".

4) You will see a list of any DIGITAL purchases you made. Next to the eBook click the check box. Under "Actions" click the ... box. This will open a small window where you can select the option "Return for Refund". I usually choose the refund reason as "wrong book" but it doesn't matter what reason you choose.

5) Once this is clicked the eBook will be removed from you Kindle folder (don't worry your Calibre folder and files are not touched) and your money will be instantly refunded!
 
6) If you are being asked to contact customer service to complete your refund, refer to the question in the FAQ titled: When refunding the book I'm being asked to contact customer service. What should I do?
 
 - FAQ - 
I will try to periodically update this as I notice common issues or questions arise
Please check the comments below in case anyone has already asked your question or provided additional information that might help :)
Feel Free to PM me if this post becomes archived (and you can't find an answer in this FAQ section)

Q: I can not get .azw4 files and/or convert with Calibre

A: Another user PMed me stating that the NEWEST versions of Kindle for PC and Calibre are breaking capability with .azw4 files (the file type needed to DeDRM successfully). The solution to this is to download the OLDER version of Calibre (v2.21) and Kindle for PC (v1.17). Links for both of these are at the TOP of this guide.
If you already have the NEWER versions simply uninstall them then install the older ones. This guide was based on the older versions anyway.
   

Q: Does this work on Mac?

A: Yes. According to PM's I've received from other users they have been able to successfully use this on Mac OS as well as PC.
You might need to use an older version of Kindle for Mac depending on what changes are made to the most current version.
Here is a link to ALL versions of kindle for Mac: https://kindle-mac.en.uptodown.com/mac/old
   

Q: My file is converting to something other than a PDF?!

A: People have been replying that some of their files have not converted to a PDF or any format at all. This is because .azw4 files (the file you get from amazon when you get a kindle book) are currently the only one guaranteed to convert to a PDF. An .azw4 file is nothing more then a PDF wrapped in DRM protection. .azw3 files usually work however they tend to only convert to ePub files in which you'll need to convert those to a PDF. This is because they are nothing more then epub files wrapped in DRM protection.
To convert the formats of the file you can use the "Convert" tool within the Calibre program itself or find a free online ePub to PDF converter like this one here.
   

Q: Do I need to spend money for this?

A: Yes, but just until you refund it back when finished converting the book. Sometimes you can do this using the "7-day Trial" option. However BUYING the book always works. If you are buying the book you will need to use a credit/debit/gift card. You should have one on file anyway because you can't make an Amazon account without one.
If you complete the entire process from purchase to > converting to > refund in less then an hour you will not even be charged. The sale will still be pending and then will just get cancelled. If it takes longer or you choose a book that is only available from a Non-Amazon seller it could take a couple of days for the refund to process.
Make sure you have enough money on your card to TEMPORARILY cover the cost of the book. YOU CAN ALWAYS REFUND ANY EBOOK ON AMAZON! There is no way to screw this up! Either you convert it to a PDF or it doesn't work, either way Amazon always accepts the refund and deletes the eBook from your kindle folder.
As far as Amazon is concerned you just made a mistake and bought the wrong book. It's not a physical item and (as far as they know) you can't even read it without their Kindle; so they have no problem instantly removing it from your account and returning your money.
   

Q: All the books I'm downloading aren't converting at all!

A: There are a few possible reasons/solutions to this:

  • It could be an issue with Calibre: try downloading the older version (v2.21) I posted in the top of the guide.
  • It could be an issue with Kindle for PC: try downloading the older version (v1.17) I posted in the top of the guide. Then turn off auto updates in: tools > options > general
  • Check if there is a newer version of the DeDRM plugin available. It's possible it has updated since I posted this.
  • It could be some issue with the installation. To start fresh you can try uninstalling Kindle AND Calibre, then reinstalling and following the steps to set up the plugin again.
  • Finally you might just be getting unlucky and the books you're choosing are indeed only available as .azw files and NOT available as .azw3 or .azw4 files.
Here is a trick that was suggested by reddit user mortymertens to check ahead of time if your book will be in azw3 or azw4 format:
Heads up, I found out that you can check if the book is going to be a AZW3 (ePub) or AZW4 (PDF) before you purchase it. Just select the "send a free sample option" that is usually located under the "buy/rent now with 1-click" button. Do the same thing with the sample as you would do with the real kindle book and drag it to Calibre. Calibre will then tell you if its an AZW3 or AZW4. This way you can screen the book before you decide to purchase and return it. I've tried this with known AZW3 and AZW4 books. Let me know if there is a better of checking this before purchasing the book.
edit: This is different than the "7-day free trial" option mentioned in the guide. The sample is just a few pages from the book, and is usually on just about every kindle book. It is NOT the whole thing, but the format (AZW3 vs 4) is consistent with the real book.

If (after you download and convert it), the process works fine, then that might be evidence that you are just getting unlucky and choosing books that happen to ONLY BE AVAILABLE in the .azw format. IF IT DOES NOT WORK then it means you need to try one of the above solutions.
   

Q: When refunding the book I'm being asked to contact customer service. What should I do?

A: Several people have PMed me about this along with their outcome. This "extra" step seems to be a way to discourage people from refunding books either because they get "scared" or are too lazy to go forward with the refund process. However, each person who contacted me about this said they contacted customer service and gave them some excuse for why it needs to be refunded (i.e. wrong edition, wrong book, impulse buy, dropped the class, etc.) and EVERYONE has received their refund.
I'm sure for every 1 person who goes through the refund process, 10 more don't. Congratulations, the companies found another way to profit. You can even use different Amazon accounts for each purchase if you don't want to refund several books at once from one account (or say you dropped out of school and need to refund all your books). Don't get scared, they're nice on the phone and as soon as you give them ANY reason for a refund they'll refund it no questions asked. I've done this with other items from Amazon and it's always been a pleasant and seamless process.
   

Q: Is this illegal and/or could I get in any trouble or have my account suspended?

A: No, this is not illegal! You are buying the book. Then you are making a backup copy for yourself that has had the DRM protection removed so you can use an alternate viewer then Kindle to read it. That is the reason why this DeDRM technology was created. However, it IS illegal to try and sell those copies for profit. DON'T BE A DICK, DO NOT SELL YOUR COPIES!
To be extra safe, it is suggested in this guide (and I will reiterate it here) to MAKE A NEW AMAZON ACCOUNT. Do not use your primary Amazon account. You can but it is bad practice. I was contacted by 2 or 3 people who had their account suspended and they all had 1 thing in common: All of them got greedy and tried to download then return SEVERAL books at the same time. DON'T BE THAT GUY/GIRL (or person that sexually identifies as a helicopter)! If you need several books spread out your purchase and returns over several days. Alternatively you can make additional Amazon accounts and use each one to only purchase/return 1-2 books. You can have as many accounts as you want, they just need to be linked to different email address.
 
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