Edit by Clem: We’re merging System Settings and Cinnamon Settings into one single Control Center which will provide all configuration tools and modules. Modules developed by GNOME under a generic name such as Online Accounts and not compatible with default applications we provide such as Thunderbird or Pidgin will not be present in it. Unless Empathy develops a modular and independent config tool, you won’t be able to see it in there. Now, the good news, is that we won’t be patching Gnome Control Center anymore (it’s being replaced in Mint 15), so if you run Shell and Gnome Control Center you’ll be able to access the empathy settings.
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