Possible Resurection of Eudora

I know there are some Eudora users in this group. I was reading in the Eud ora group that the Computer History Museum has obtained the rights to Eudor a and there is a movement to start maintaining the Eudora code base once ag ain. The thread has a link to a survey to see how much interest there is i n this program. So if you want to see Eudora live again, you can check out the thread in this group and take the survey.

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Rick C.

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On Sunday, June 3, 2018 at 11:12:06 AM UTC+10, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrot e:

udora group that the Computer History Museum has obtained the rights to Eud ora and there is a movement to start maintaining the Eudora code base once again. The thread has a link to a survey to see how much interest there is in this program. So if you want to see Eudora live again, you can check o ut the thread in this group and take the survey.

I used Eudora for many years, but switched to Mozilla Thunderbird a few yea rs ago.

The process was't entirely painless, but it eventually worked.

I have a nasty feeling that I ought to switch my Thunderbird files onto my SSD. They are bulky, and Thunderbird doesn't start up quickly.

If somebody starts supporting Eudora again, I might think about switching b ack.

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Yep. Let us hope for the best....

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I fear someone will Micro$hitize it >:-}

I've been using Eudora seems like forever... currently at EP Pro v7.1.0.9 Paid. ...Jim Thompson

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