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Using Eudora

Eudora is an e-mail program that's become very popular with users of personal computers. It's popular because it is well written, easy to use, and there's lots of on-line help and an extensive user manual available. A version of the program, Eudora Light, is available as freeware (absolutely no charge) and is distributed by many Internet service providers.

Eudora is a product of Qualcomm, Incorporated which also sells and provides technical support for a more extensive and robust e-mail program Eudora Pro.

Information about Eudora Light and Eudora Pro is available as part of the World Wide Web through the URL

Use the URL to get the latest version of Eudora Light.

Installation is straight forward, and instructions are included with the program. Start Windows and create a folder or directory named, for exampl, Eudora, to hold the program and the Eudora files. Move the files Eudora.exe and Eudora.hlp into the directory, and then run or execute the program Eudora.exe.

Getting Help

Qualcomm has s free version of an excellent user manual for Eudora Light. It's in PDF so you'll need to have Adobe Acrobat reader to view it.

Other folks have manuals and Web pages available for Eudora.

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Last Updated: Thursday, March 26, 1998
Copyright 1996, 1997 Ernest Ackermann
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