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Eudora 6.x Betas Work With Edit-X?

Postby Brian » Thu, 07 Aug 2003 05:02:17 GMT

The useful utility Edit-X ( http://www.**--****.com/ )
successfully removes the pesky X-Sender (and X-Mailer, if desired)
values from Eudora in the versions 3.x through 5.x I've used it on.

Has anyone tried Edit-X on one of the 6.x betas yet? Does it correctly
find that line of code and remove it? I wouldn't consider upgrading to
a 6.x series, beta or final, unless I could remove X-Sender so that I
could use personalities (for professional, small business company
mail) in a more robust way.

Maybe the developers will finally include a switchbox for removal
within the program in 6.x. Here's hoping...


Brian


Re: Eudora 6.x Betas Work With Edit-X?

Postby Gorham » Thu, 07 Aug 2003 05:11:48 GMT

> The useful utility Edit-X ( http://www.**--****.com/ )

I have it set up with beta 14. It works fine. What it doesn't do, of 
course, is clear out all the routing information which I dearly would 
love to be gone.

Sending from myself to myself from my actual server address (as 
connected to the road runner smtp and pop server), I get 14 lines of 
information above the first logical line which is the date.

If anyone knows how to get rid of *that*, I'd dearly love to know it.

G.


Re: Eudora 6.x Betas Work With Edit-X?

Postby Gorham » Fri, 08 Aug 2003 09:18:28 GMT

>>I have it set up with beta 14. It works fine. What it doesn't do, of 

I know that. It was more or less a tongue in cheek exasperationness! 8>


No interest.

Off topic completely here but do you photograph the birds or just 
observer them?

G.


Re: Eudora 6.x Betas Work With Edit-X?

Postby Katrina Knight » Sun, 10 Aug 2003 23:37:15 GMT




You've been checking me out, huh? Lacking the kind of money for good 
photographic equipment, I mostly stick to observing them. 

-- 
Katrina


Re: Eudora 6.x Betas Work With Edit-X?

Postby Gorham » Mon, 11 Aug 2003 00:42:08 GMT

>>Off topic completely here but do you photograph the birds or just 

:) You mentioned it in some thread or other so I had a look. I *am* a 
photographer - although mostly sports - and there are quite a few bird 
shooters in my cohort. I believe the watching is far more habit forming 
than the shooting. Just interested.

NB: all shooting is obviously with cameras!!!

G.


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