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This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Computing, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of computers, computing, and information technology on Wikipedia. 1.233 (talk) , 3 November 2005 (UTC) "Eudora has many excellent features. Well, maybe, but this sounds more like a sales pitch than a neutral article.
If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. Andrew WTaylor , 2 December 2005 (UTC) I'm pretty sure Eudora didn't pioneer the concept of an always-present folder list as this article claims.
Eleusinian , 2 November 2007 (UTC)I cannot find any source for Eudora being the first with an always-present folder list, and the statement had been left unsourced for a long time, so I went ahead and removed it.
XMog (talk) , 14 February 2008 (UTC) Come on, let's add some dates and version numbers, for a history outline of this important program!
The proper way to use Eudora isn't to have one mailbox windowpane open and switch the mailbox being viewed in it using a mailbox list, viewing messages one at a time in a third static windowpane one at a time.
The proper way to use Eudora is to have all of your important mailboxes open at the same time in seperate windows (typically in and out, tiled one above the other), with whatever messages you're viewing/editing also open in their own seperate windows.
Still, as he wrote: "Pandora is the only program that I know of which can check your mail, send new messages and site quietly in the tray for only 18kb of executable size." (source: www-suite101-com/article.cfm/professional_travel/18222) -.57 , 30 July 2007 (UTC) Just to avoid confusion: By 2019, there is a very Eudora-like new mail client named Pandora - probably the developer did not know the prior art. - There was no "donation" or other formal agreement with Mozilla - Qualcomm continues to pay the Eudora engineers for Penelope development; thus, saying that Qualcomm development ceased is untrue Given the recent news articles about companies editing Wikipedia articles to put positive spin on things, I'm reluctant to edit the entry myself. (Yes, you should refrain from touching the article -- but please do make suggestions here on how to improve the article.)-.54 , 5 September 2007 (UTC) Image: is being used on this article.
I think I even read somewhere that a lot of Outlook was written by former Clarus employees once that company was folded (or severely cut, at least).
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People who want to use Eudora are stuck with 7.1-2006 and previous versions. Bugloaf (talk) , 3 February 2010 (UTC) I checked both the Eudora sound AND the Ren&Stimpy intro music.
The 7.1 download seems to still be available, but not the paid mode. Banjodog (talk) , 18 September 2010 (UTC) I haven't used Eudora for years, so I don't know if this is still the case, but Eudora's default new mail sound was identical to the chimes at the beginning of the log jingle from Ren and Stimpy. They sound similar, but the height of the noted and the intervals are quite different. the sound comes NOT from Ren & Stimpy, even if it's similar up to a point. v=k QLuee4k60o) --Horia mar (talk) , 6 March 2014 (UTC) Until my edit the article confusingly displayed at the top that it's about the (older) proprietary version but contained a lot of info re the open-source version as well, including the latest version, licence and website link.