Eudora Light Manuals

Table of Contents

Getting Started 9

System Requirements 9
Installing Eudora 9
Uninstalling Eudora 10
Opening and Configuring Eudora 10
Quitting Eudora 11
Online Help 11
Registering Your Copy of Eudora 11

Tutorial 13

Introduction 13
Creating an Outgoing Message 13
Saving the Message 14
Sending the Message 14
Checking for and Receiving the Message 14
Replying to the Message 16
Transferring the Message Between Mailboxes 16
Deleting the Message 17

Creating Messages 19

Creating an Outgoing Message 19
Using the Composition Window 19
Title Bar 19
Toolbar 19
Message Header 20
Message Body 21
Using a Signature 21
Setting the Message Priority 22
Attaching a File to a Message 22
Manually Decoding Attachments 23
Including a URL in a Message 23
Saving a Message for Later Changes 24

Sending Messages 25

Sending or Queueing a Message 25
Sending a Message Immediately 25
Queueing a Message to Send Later 25
Queueing a Message to Send at a Certain Time 26
Editing a Queued Message 26
Taking a Message Out of the Queue 26
Sending Queued Messages When Checking Mail 26
Keeping Copies of Outgoing Messages 27

Receiving Messages 29

Checking For Incoming Mail 29
Checking for Mail Automatically 29
Checking for Mail Manually 29
Stopping a Mail Check 29
Using Your Password 29
Changing Your Password 30
Receiving New Mail 30
The Incoming Message Window 31
Title Bar 31
Toolbar 31
Message Body 31
Receiving Attachments 32
Specifying an Attachment Directory 32
Editing Incoming Message Subjects 32
Editing Incoming Messages 32
Using Active URLs 33
Managing Your Mail on the POP Server 33
Skipping Messages Over a Certain Size 33
Leaving Mail on the Server 33

Responding to Messages 35

Replying to a Message 35
Using the Reply Options 35
Forwarding a Message 36
Redirecting a Message 36
Turbo Redirecting 36
Sending Rejected Messages Again 37

Working with Mailboxes 39

Opening a Mailbox 39
The Anatomy of a Mailbox 39
Message Summaries 39
Displaying and Resizing Columns 41
Using the Mailbox Size Display 41
Creating Mailboxes and Folders 41
Creating a Mailbox or Folder Using the Mailbox Menu 41
Using the 16-bit Mailboxes Window 42
Creating a New Mailbox or Folder 42
Renaming a Mailbox or Folder 42
Moving a Mailbox from one Folder to Another 43
Using the 32-bit Mailboxes Window 43
Creating a New Mailbox or Folder 43
Renaming a Mailbox or Folder 43
Moving a Mailbox from one Folder to Another 44

Organizing Your Messages 45

Deleting a Message 45
Automatically Deleting Attachments 45
Transferring Messages 45
Using the Transfer menu 46
Dragging Messages 46
Creating a Mailbox or Folder During Transfer 46
Filtering Messages 47
Filter Criteria (the Match Area) 48
Filter Actions 49
Sorting Messages Within Mailboxes 49
Finding Text Within Messages 50
Finding Text Within One Message 50
Finding Text Among Multiple Messages and Mailboxes 50
Match Case 51
Summaries Only 51
Enter Selection Command 51
Stopping a Find 51
Saving a Message to a File 51

Using the Address Book and Quick Recipient List 53

Using the Address Book 53
Creating New Entries 53
Changing and Removing Entries 54
Including Nicknames on the Quick Recipient List 54
Addressing a Message from the Address Book 55
The “Make Address Book Entry” Command 55
The “Finish Address Book Entry” Command 55
Using the Quick Recipient List 56

Using Directory Services 57

Opening Directory Services 57
Using Ph 57
Finding Ph Servers 57
Using Finger 57

Reference 59

The Main Toolbar 59
The Main Window Icon 59
Normal 59
New Mail 59
Queued Messages 59
New Mail/Queued Messages 59
The Right Mouse Button 60
Printing 60
Plugins 60
The Messaging Application Program Interface (MAPI) 61
Putting Multiple Users on One PC 61
Multiple users with Windows 3.x or Windows NT 3.51 61
Multiple users with Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 62
Troubleshooting 63
Errors 63
Formatting and Printing 64
Miscellaneous 64
The Options Dialog 65
Getting Started 66
Personal Info 67
Hosts 68
Checking Mail 69
Sending Mail 71
Replying 73
Attachments 74
Fonts & Display 75
Styled Text 77
Mailbox Columns 78
Getting Attention 79
Extra Warnings 80
Dialup 81
Advanced Network 83
MAPI  85
Kerberos 86
Miscellaneous 87
Menu Commands 89
File 89
Edit 90
Mailbox 90
Message 91
Transfer 92
Special 92
Tools 93
Window 93
Help 94
About Eudora Pro 94
Mail Storage 95
eudora.ini 95
nndbase.txt 95
nndbase.toc 95
in.mbx, out.mbx, trash.mbx 95
in.toc, out.toc, trash.toc 95
lmos.dat 95
eudora.log, eudorlog.old 95
filters.pce 95
descmap.pce 95
*.tlx 95
Sigs Directory 95
Plugins Directory 95

Appendix A – Sources 97

Anonymous ftp (ftp.qualcomm.com) 97
Eudora Information 97
Obtaining a POP Server 97
Ph Server Source Code 97
Password Change Server 97
Windows Sockets Products 97
PC Speaker 98
Kerberos 98

Appendix B – Modifiers and Shortcuts 99

Modifiers 99
Shortcuts 100

Appendix C – Mail Transport 101

Introduction 101
Outgoing Mail 101
Incoming Mail 102
More Information 102

Appendix D – MIME and Mapping 103

What is MIME? 103
MIME Encoding 103
MIME Labelling 104
Practical Issues 104
Turning Off Quoted-Printable Encoding 104
Mapping Between File Extensions, MIME Types, and Macintosh Types 104

Appendix E – Dialup Eudora 107

Introduction 107
IBM PC/Modem Requirements 107
Dialup Connection Requirements 107
Dialup Files 108
Creating Your Own Dialup Files 108
DEFAULT.MOD File 108
DEFAULT.NAV File 110
Dialup File Command Lines 111
Commands 111
Character Sequences 112
Delimiters 112
Variables 112
Special Characters 113
Echo Canceling 113
Method 1 – The Telnet Command 113
Method 2 – Serial pop 113
Dialup File Troubleshooting 114
Fine Tuning Dialup Eudora 117
EUDORA.INI [Dialup] Settings 117

Appendix F – MAPI Technical Report 119

What Does MAPI Do? 119
MAPI Overview 120
Eudora Implementation of MAPI 121
Eudora MAPI Startup Procedure 122
Eudora MAPI Shutdown Procedure 122
Eudora DLL Swapping Restrictions 123

Index 125

 
 
 

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