|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me|
|File size:||16 MB|
Publisher description for Eudora
Eudora is a Social & Communication software developed by QUALCOMM. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Eudora: Eudora is an email program that does more than just send and receive messages, it's a powerful management tool with features to increase your productivity and enhance your communications. With thousands of filter action combinations, organizing and prioritising your messages is greatly enhanced. The Make Filter command and additional filter options include such choices as Personality, Sound, Open, Print, Forward, Redirect, Reply, Server Options, Label and Speak. The search window lets you specify multiple search criteria and specific Folders and mailboxes to be searched. The Internet Message Access Protocol allows you to access mailboxes and mail folders that are stored on a remote IMAP server, and download your messages only when needed. From the Personalities window, you can manage all of your email accounts in one place. You can create, edit and delete personalities (email accounts) and check mail for one or more personalities. Some Key Features: OpenSSL: The state-of-the art standard in Email Security and encryption. Improved IMAP: Improved functionality to synchronize and access email from multiple computers and Locations. Emoticons: 24 new originally designed emoticons (not in Light mode). SpamWatch: (Paid mode only) SpamWatch is a powerful tool in Eudora 6 to help you stop Spam (Paid mode users only). WebWords: WebWords combines email and web searching. Content Concentrator: Content Concentrator is a new tool in Eudora 6 to help makes messages more readable. IMAP mailbox sync: Eudora allows users to specify which IMAP mailboxes should be synced on mail checks. A menu item provides a toggle so that users can 'Sync on Mail Check' or not. Format Painter: (Windows only) Copies fonts and styles from one place to another. IMAP: Internet Message Access Protocol allows you to access email stored on a remote server. Using IMAP you can switch from computer to computer and still see the same Eudora interface from multiple locations.